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CONTAINING 

Music adapted to all the Offices 

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W. W. HUNTINGTON, Agent, Publisher 
E. & J. B. Young and Co.. Cooper Union, New York. 



Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1874, by 

The Tbustees of tup. Fund for the Relief of Widows and Orphans op Deceased Clergymen, anb 

of Aged, Infirm, and Disabled Clergymen or the Protestant Episcopal 

Church in the United States of America, 

In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



CANON XXIII. OF TITLE I. OF THE DIGEST. 
Of Church Music. 



$ t. The Selections of the Psalms in Metre, and 
Hymns, which are set forth by authority, and 
Anthems in the words 0/ Holy Scripture, are 
allowed to be sung in all Congregations of this 
Church before and after Morning and Evening 
Prayer, and also before and after Sermons, at 
the discretion of the minister, whose duty it shall 
be. by standing directions, or from time to time, 
to appoint such authorized Psalms % Hymns* or 
A nth ems as are to be sung. 



% 2. It shall be the duty of every minister «,* 
this Church, with such assistance as he may see 
ft to employ from persons skilled in music, ti 
give order concerning the tunes to be sung at ant 
time in his church ; and especially it shall be hit 
duty to suppress all light and unseemly musii 
and all indecency and irreverence in the per for 
ma nee, by which vain and ungodly persons pr* 
fane the service of the sanctuary. 

Adopted in General Convention, Oct., 16}* 



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Entered, according to Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by 

F. J. HUNTINGTON AND CO., 
In the Office of the Librarian of Congress, at Washington. 



PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. 



Tune*; marked thus »J«, in this work, were either 

t iTessly for it, or copied, by the special 

1 n>n of their authors, from copyrighted works. 

Tunes thus t marked are either wholly or in part 



re-arranged expressly for this Hymnal. In eithei 
case the matter is original, and as such is secured by 
copyright. 

New York. July 25. 187*. 



Entered, according to Art of Conpren*. in the year 1875, by 

F. J. HUNTINGTON and CO., 

la th« Office of the Librarian of Congro»», at Washington 



PREFACE 



"Without much hesitation I accepted the 
proposal to edit the Hymnal with accom- 
panying tunes, "being glad of the opportunity 
thus presented of promoting ■ ■ the service 
of song in the House of the Lord." But no 
sooner had I set myself in earnest to the 
■work than I became conscious that, through 
lack of technical skill on my part, the aid of 
professional musicians must be sought. 
Applications were accordingly made to lead- 
ing composers of Hymn-music in England 
and our own country ; by who ;e co-opera- 
tion I am now able to offer my brethren a 
Hymnal with suitable tunes. Did I not be- 
lieve that this book had merits of its own, I 
should" not venture to assume the responsi- 
bility of its publication. What those merits 
are, however, I must leave others to discover 
for themselves merely intimating that my 
aim has been to provide tunes which are 
fitted rather to the purposes of Divine wor- 
ship, than adapted to the secular and popu- 
lar tastes of the day. In other words, I 
have considered the wants and wishes of the 
worshipper, rather than the fancies of the 
connoisseur; and by special care to accen- 
tuation in the tunes selected, I have faith- 
fully tried to help those who use the Hymnal 
in the holy service of Praise, " to sing with 
the spirit and to sing with the understand- 
ing alio. " 

I may add that as no pains have been 
spared to reach this end, I trust the result 
may prove that time and labour have not been 
misapplied ; and that by my own best en- 
deavours, I have contributed, with others, to 
promote the interests of good congregational 
music. 

It is now my pleasant task to acknowledge 
the kindness and courtesy received from 
my clerical brethren and musical friends. 

To the Rev. Dr. Dykes, the ReV. John 

Hopkins, Sir George J. Elvey, Sir 

JmnGoss, Mr. E. J. Hopkins, Mr. W. H. 



Pa.bsona.ge of the Holt Cross, 
Troy, New York, July 13th, 1872. 



Monk, Mr. Henry Smart, Mr. R. Redhead, 
Dr. Cutler, Dr.Willcox, James Pearce, Mus. 
Baa, Mr. S. B. Saxton, Mr. George W. 
Warren, Mr. S. P. Warren and Mr. Henry 
Wilson, I return my sincere thanks fo»- the 
prompt and careful manner in which they 
complied with my wish to compose tunes 
for special hymns. 

To the Rev. Drs. Muhlenberg, Geer and 
Hodges, Dr. Lowell Mason, Mr. J. W. A. 
Cluett, Mr. H. K. Oliver, Mr. Chas. Jerome 
Hopkins, Mr. I. F. Tuckerman, M. D., N. B. 
Warren. Mn<-. Doc, and Mr. L. H. Weis, lam 
much indebted for the permission to use 
tunes, several of which are now published 
for the first time. I would gratefully ex- 
press my obligations to the Rev. James 
Davies, and other kind friends, w r ho have 
added to the materials from which to make 
| a selection of proper tunes. 

To Mr. William W.Rousseau, the Organist 
of the church of the Holy Cross, who has 
taken such a lively interest in my work, and 
has not only helped me by many timely 
suggestions, but relieved me of much care 
and drudgery, with my hearty thanks I 
most cordially refer a large share of what- 
ever success may attend our closely joined 
labours in the choice and adaptation of tunes. 

I am pleased thus publicly to recognize 

the faithful and efficient services of W. H. 

I Walter, Mus. Doc. , to whom I committed, 

with entire confidence in his judgment and 

skill, the musical supervision of the whole 

; work, which has been much enriched by 

i his own excellent compositions. 

And last in order, but not least according 
to my appr ciation of sympathy and work, 
to Messrs. F. J. Huntington and Company, 
the publishers, I acknowledge my obliga- 
tions for their generous endeavour to furnish 
every facility which I needed to accomplish 
an object, which no less fondly than de- 
voutly, is associated in my heart with tha 
worship and glory of God. 

J. IRELAND TUCKER 



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TABLE OF SUBJECTS 



I 



THE CHRISTIAN YEAR— 

Advent 

( iikwimas 

End »>f thi; Yi:\i; 

Ni.w Yr.AU ... 

Ctrcttmc lsion 

Epiphany 

Ash Wednesday and Lent 

Palm Sindw and Passion 

Wr.i'.K 

Good Fbzdai 

k \sit.k f.vkn . 

Easter 

BVSIOll 

Whxxsuhtxds 

Tbhtjts Sunday 

The Lobd'b Day 

Kmrkr Days 

Rooahdh Days 

( > i m. ii Holy Days. . 



1- 15 
16- 27 
28- 29 
30- 31 
32- 33 
34- 47 
48- 71 

72- 81 

82- 89 

90 'J? 

98-112 
113-124 
125 1:5 7 
138-H6 
147-169 
170-171 1 vin 

172-174 
175-182 



II. THE COMMUNION 
SAINTS 



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JII. THE CHUBCH 100 209 

IV. THE BACRAMENTS 

Tin: LODD'I Mini;. 203 211 

239 218 
V. 01 I THE I HURCB 

i 219 283 

now 234-246 

ll"i nv 217 248 

r of i in Si. k 249 257 

HI I>l\l> 

I 3bj .... ft i 269 

( >];iun l riOU OB I ttfflQ i tmn 

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Consecration of Bishops 274 

Laying of a Corner Stonx 27"> JT'i 
COHBB kation of Churches 

and Chapels 277-282 

VI. MISSIONS AND CHARI- 
TIES 283-300 

VH. SPECIAL SEASONS - 

thanksgiving and har- 

vzst-Home 301-306 

National Festivals 307-309 

National )' ists 310 313 

Family Worship 314-327 

Morning 328 332 

Evening 333 352 

The Skvbn H«>rns 353 

THE HOLY SCRIPTURES 360-368 

REDEMPTION 369-385 

THE CHRISTIAN LIFE— 

Repentance . . . . • 38( 

Faith 3'.' 

Prayer 399 MM 

Praise 106 48) 

Si ; i \ tion 43 1 135 

Trust 434 

Hope 417 

Loti 454 161 

Jo* 

Ill -MIKITY 4€ 

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Coubaqj 4G:> 173 

171 I7'.l 

XL Till: JUDGMENT L8 

Mi in: w EN . 48 

XLLI. MISCELLANEOUS 498-532 



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THE HYMNAL. 



I. — THE CHRISTIAN YEAR. 
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De ply wailing, 
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3 Eyery island, sea, and mountain, 

Heaven and earth, shall flee away : 

All who hate Him must, confounded, 

Hear the trump proclaim the day ; 

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5 Yea, Amen; let all adore Thee, 

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Saviour, take the power and elory; 

Claim the kingdom for Thine own. 
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As once in lowly form He came, 

A silent Lamb to slaughter led, 

The bruised, the suffering, and the dead. 

3 The Lord will come: a dreadful form, 
With wreath of flame, and robe of storm, 
On cherub wings, and wings of wind, 
Anointed Judge of human-kind. 




4 Can thi 5 be He Who wont to stray 
A pilgrim on the world's highway; 

By power oppress'd, and mock'd by pride, 
O God ! is this the Crucified. 

5 Go, tyrants, to the rocks complain; 
Go, seek the mountain's clelt in vain; 
But faith, victorious o'er the tomb, 
Shall sing for joy, The Lord is come. 

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Wh<m man to judgment wakes irom clay, 
B i Thou, O Christ, the sinner's stay, 
Though heaven and earth shall pass away. 

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Hosanna, Lord ! Thy saints reply; Eternal bid Thy Spirit rest; 

Above, beneath us. and around; And make our secret soul to be 

The dead and living swell the sound: A temple pure, and worthy Thee. 

II isanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest I Hosanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest! 

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ii tarn to this Thy house of prayer: When earth and heaven shall melt away. 

Assembled in Thy sacred Name, Thy flock, redeemed from sinful stain. 

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Hosanna, Lord! Hosanna in the highest! Hosanna, Lord I Hosanna in the highest 

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Rejoice, rejoice, believers ! 

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2 See that your lamps are burning, 

Replenish them with oil; 
Look now for your salvation. 

The end of sin and toil. 
The watchers on the mountain 

Proclaim the Bridegroom near, 
Go, meet Him as He cometh, 

With alleluias clear. 

3 wise and holy virgins. 

Now raise your voices higher, 
Till, in your jubilations 

Ye meet the angel choir. 
The marriage-feast is waiting. 

The gates wide open stand ; 
tJp, up, ye heirs of glory ! 

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4 Our hope and expectation, 

Jesus, now appear; 
Arise, Thou Sun so longed for, 

O'er this benighted sphere ! 
With hearts and hands uplifted, 

We plead, O Lord, to see 
The day of earth's redemption, 

And ever be with Thee 

GLORIA PATRI. 

O Father ever glorious, 

O everlasting Son, 
Spirit all victorious, 

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Praise, -lory, adoration, 
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That, like Melchizedek's, Thy reign 

And priesthoo 1 shall no period see: 
Anointol Prince! Thou, bending low, 
Shalt drink where darkest torrents flow, 
Then raisi Thy head in victory ! Amen. 



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When shall all hatred cease, 
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That war shall be no more, 
Oppression, lost, and crime 
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i We pray Thee, Lord, arise, 

And come in Thy great might ; 
Revive our longing eyes, 
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6 Men scorn Thy sacred Name, 
And wolves devour Thy fold ; 
By many deeds of shame 
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Arise, O morning Star, 
Arise, and never set 

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2 Come, quickly come, great King of all; 
Reign all around us. and within; 

Let sin no more our souls enthral, 

Let pain and sorrow die with sin: 
Come, quickly come: for Thou alone 
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On erery home his shadows fall. 

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(' ime, quickly come: for griff an '1 
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4 Come, quickly come, sure Light of all, 
For gloomy night broods o'er our way; 
And fainting souls begin to Call 

With weary watching for the day: 
Come, quickly •nun-: :■>.- round Thy throne 
No i y is blind, no night is known. 

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Let tin no more our souls enthral, 

Let pain and sorrow die with sin ; 
Come, quickly come : for Thou alone 
Canst make Thy scattered people one. 

I Come, quickly come, true Life of all ; 

The curse of death is on the ground ; 
On every home his shadows fall. 

On every heart his mark is found : 
Come, quickly come : for grief and pain 
Can nerer cloud Thy glorious reign. 



4 Come, quickly come, sure Light of all ; 
For gloomy night broods o'er our way ; 
And fainting souls begin to fall 

With weary watching for the day ; 
Come,quickly come: for round Thy throne 
No eye is blind, no night is known. 

GLORIA PAT1U. 

To God the Father, God the Son, 
And God the Spirit, Three In One, 
Be glory In the highest given, 
By all in earth and all in heaven, 
As was through ages heretofore 
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O sin that hath 110 equal. 

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3 For Thou art our salvation, Lord, 
Our retuge and our great reward; 
Without Thy grace we waste away, 
Like flowers that wither aud decay. 



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Shine forth, and let Thy light restore 
Earth's own true loveliness once more. 
5 All praise, Eternal Son, to Thee, 
Whose Advent doth Thy people free; 
Whom with the Father we adore, 
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From depths of hell Thy people Bare, 
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4 O come. Thoa Key of David, come, 
And open wide oni heavenly home; 
Biake sale the way that leads on high, 

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Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmannel 
Shall oome to thee, o Israel ! 



3 Ooome, Thou Day-spring, oome and ohi me. O oome, Thou Lord of might; 

Onr spirits by Thine Advent here; Who to Thy tribes, on Sinai's height, 

Disperse the gloomy clouds of night, In ancient times didst give the law, 

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Ruler of Israel, Lord of Might, 
Who gavest the law from Sinai's height; 
111 the fiery bush revealed, 
With outstretched arm Thy chosen shield; 

Draw near, Christ, with us to dwell, 

In mercy save Thine Israel. 

Dec. 18. Radix Jesse. 
Root of Jesse I Ensign Thou ! 
To Whom all Gentile kings shall bow, 
From depths of hell Thy people save, 
And give them victory o'er the grave. 

Draw near, O Christ with us to dwell, 

In mercy save Tbine Israel. 

De- . 10. Clavis David. 
O Israel's Sceptre ! David's Key! 
Come Thou, and set death's captives free, 
Unlock the gate that bars their road. 
And lead them to the throne of God. 

Draw near, O Christ, with us to dwell, 

In mercv save Thine Israel. 



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Day-Spring and Eternal Light ! 
Pierce through the ^loom of error's night, 
Predestined Sun of Righteousness ! 
Haste with Thy rising beams to bless. 

Draw near, Christ, with us to dwi 11. 

In mercy save Thin 1 Israel. 

Dec. 22.— Bex Gentium. 
O King ! Desire of Nations ! come, 

Lead sons of earth to heaven's high home; 
Thou Chief and precious Corner-stone, 
Binding the s< ver'd into one. 

Draw near, O Christ, with us to dwell, 

In mercy save Thine Israel 

Dec. 23. EmmmtaL 
O Lawgiver ! Emmanuel ! King ! 
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The Gentiles' hope, th< Saviour blest, 
us to Thine eternal rest 
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The gates of brass before Him burst, 
The iron fetters yield. 

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To pour celestial day. 

5 He comes the broken heart to bind, 

The bleeding fouI to cure: 
And with the treasures of His grace 
To enrich the humble poor. 

6 Our glad Hosannas, Prince of Peace, 

Thy welcome shall proclaim; 
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With Thy beloved Name. Amen. 



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Christ, the « \< rlasting Lord; 
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Hail tin- Incarnate Deity, 

Pleased as Man v>ith men to dwell; 

Jesus, our Emmanuel ! 
5 Risen with healing in His win 

Light and life to n 1 Be brings. 

Hail, the Sun of Etighteousm 

Hail, the heaven-born Prince of Peace) 

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Glory be to God most high ! 

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Souls redeemed and sins forgiven, 
Loud our golden harps shall sound. 



4 "Christ is born; the great Anointed ! 

Heaven and earth His praises sing ! 
O receive Whom God appointed 

For your Prophet, Priest, and King ! 

5 Hasten, mortals, to adore Him; 

Learn His Name to magnify, 
Till in heaven ye sing before Him, 
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To you and all the nations upon earth: 

This day hath God fulfill'd His promised word, 

This day is born a Saviour, Christ the Lord." 

3 He spake; and straightway the celestial choir 
In hymns of joy, unknown before, conspire: 
The praises of redeeming love they sang, 
And heaven's whole arch with alleluias rang: 
God's highest glory was tl eir anthem still. 
Peace upon earth, and unto men good-will. 

4 To Bethlehem straighl the happy shepherds ran, 

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And found with Jos< ph and the blessed maid, 
11. ]■ Bon, the Saviour, in a manger laid; 
Amazed, the wondrous story they proclaim, 
Th< earliest heralds ofthi Saviours Name. 

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Our grateful voic< b to proclaim the joy; 

the Babe, who hath n bri< v< d our loss, 
Prom Sis poor mangi t to Bis bitter Cross; 
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With peaceful wings unluiTd; 
And still their heavenly music floats 

O'er all the weary world: 
Above its Bad and lowly plains 
They bend on hovering wing, 
And ever o'er its Babel sounds 
Th« blessed angels sing. 

4 For lo, the days are hastening on, 
By prophets seen of old, 
When with the erer-circl 

Shall come the tim 
When the rth shall own 

The Prince of Peace their King; 

whole world send back the song 
Which now the angels sing, a 



3 O ye beneath life's crushing load, 

Whose forms ;ire bending low, 
Who toil along the climbing way 

With painful steps and slow! 
Look now, for glad and golden hours 

Come swiftly on -the wing: 
() rest beside the weary road, 

and hear the angels King. 



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Watching long in hope and fear, 
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In His temple shall appear: 

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WorshipCl ri.-t. the new-born Kinf 

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God the Father, (,(>d the Son, 

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This day of Thy birth, 
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True Godhead Inem-nate! 

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Shed sacred glories there; 
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Make music on the air. 

3 The answering hills of Palestine 

Send back the glad re] >ly ; 
And greet, from all their holy heights, 
The Day-Spring from on high. 



4 O'er the blue depths of Galilee 

There comes a holier calm, 
And Sharon waves, in solemn praise, 
Her : ilent groves of palm. 

5 "Glory to God !" the sounding skies 

Loud with their anthems ring, 

' 'Peace to the earth, good- will to men, 

From heaven's eternal King ! " 



6 Light on thy hills, Jerusalem ! 
The Saviour now is born ! 
And bright on Bethlehem's joyous plains 
Breaks the first Christmas morn. Amen. 



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To hail Thy rising, Sun of life. 

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Thy fiery conflict with the foe 
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To us the Son is given ; 
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And all the hosts of heaven. 

4 His Name shall be the Prince of Peaoe, 

For evermore adored ; 
The Wonderful, the Counsellor, 
The mighty God and Lord. 

5 His power increasing still shall spread, 

His reign no end shall know; 
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Thy saints have dwelt secure ; 
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3 Before the hills in order stood, 

Or earth received her frame, 

From everlasting Thou art God, 

To endless years the same. 

4 A thousand ages in Thy sight 

Are like an evening gone ; 



Short as the watch that ends the night 
Before the rising sun. 

5 Time, like an ever-rolling stream, 

Bears all its sons away; 
They fly forgotten, as a dream 
Dies at the opening day. 

6 O God, our help in ages past, 

Our hope for years to come, 
Be Thou our guard while life shall last, 
And our eternal home. Amek. 



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bid the tide of tame roll on, 
To land them on that happy shore 
When yean and death are known no more. 

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No midnight shade, no olonded sun, 
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Upward. Lord, our spirits raise; 

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A holy : spotless Child. 



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At which we bend the knee; 
They call Thee Jesus, Child divine ! 
Our Jesus deign to be. Amen. 



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3 Jesus ! Name of priceless worth 
To the fallen sons of earth, 
Fur the promise that it gave — 

"Jesus shall His people save." 

4 Jesus! Name of mercy mild, 
Given to the holy Child. 



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First He tasted here below. 

5 Jesus ! only Name that's given 
Under all the mighty heaven, 
Whereby man, to sin enslaved, 
Bursts Ins fetters, Mid is saved. 

C Jesus ! Niin-e of wondrous love ! 
Human Name of God above ; 
Pleading only thi^ we flee, 
Helple s, our God, to Thee. Amk 



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His Name shall stand for ever; 
That Name to us is Love. Axen. 

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o everlasting Son, 

l) Spirit ill victorious, 

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(treat God o\ our Salvation. 

Whom earth and heaven adorvj, 

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ISpipljanij. 

How wondrous and great. 

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By angels In heaven 

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And saint* upon earth, 

All praise be address'd 
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One God ever bless' d ; 
Ai it ha6 been, now Is, 

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Walk in thy light, and in thy temple bend: 

See thy bright altars throng'd "with prostrate kings, 
While every land its joyous tribute brings. 
4. The sea shall waste, the skies to smoke decay, 
Rocks fall to dust, and mountains melt away; 
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Thy realm shall last, thy own Messiah reigns. Amen. 

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Vainly with gifts would His favour secure; 
Richer by far la the heart's adoration. 
Dearer to God are the prayers of the poor. 
3 Say, shall we yield Him, in costly devotion, 5 Brightest and best of the sons of the morning, 

Odours of Edom, and Offerings divine ? Dawn on our darkness, and lend us Thine aid: 

Gems of the mountain, and pearls of the ocean, | Star of the East, the horizon adorning. 
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" The mountains also shall bring peace, and lh>-. little hills righteousness unto the people." C. M. 



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2 While David's Son our needy race 

Shall rule with gentle sway; 
And from their humble neck shall cake 
Oppressive yokes away. 

3 In every heart Thy awful fear 

Shall then be rooted fast, 
As long as sun and moon endure, 
Or time itself shall last. 

4 He shall descend like rain, that cheers 

The meadow's second birth; 
Or like warm showers, whose gentle drops 
Refresh tbe thirsty earth. 

5 In His blest days the just and good 

Shall spring up all around: 
Tin happy land shall everywhere 
With endless peace abound. 

6 His uncontroll'd dominion shall 

From sea to sea extend; 
Begin at proud Euphrates' stream, 
At nature's limits end. 

T To Him the savage nations round 
Shall bow their servile heads; 
His vanquish'd foes shall lick the dust, 
Where He His conquest spreads. 

S The kings of Tarshish and the isles 
Shall costly presents bring; 
From spicy Sheba gifts shall come, 
And wealthy Saba's king. 



To Him shall every king on earth 
His humble homage pay; 
And differing nations gladly join 
To own His righteous sway. 

10 For He shall set the needy free, 

When they for succour cry; 
Shall save the helpless and the poor 
And all their wants supply. 

11 For Him shall constant prayer be made. 

Through all His prosperous days ; 
His just dominion shall afford 
A lasting theme of praise. 

12 The memory of His glorious Name 

Through endless years shall run; 
His spotless fame shall shine as bright 
And lasting as the sun. 

13 In Him the nations of the world 

Shall be completely bless'd, 

And His unbounded happiness 

By every tongue confess'd. 

14 Then bless'd be God, the mighty Lord, 

The God Whom Israel fears ; 
Who only wondrous in His works, 
Beyond compare, appears. 

15 Let earth be with His glory fill'd 

For ever bless His Name ; 
Whilst to His praise the listening work 7 
Their glad ussent proclaim . Amen. 



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2 Still we wait for Thine appeanng; 

Lite and joy Thy beams impart, 
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Erery meek and contrite heart. 
;; show Thy power in every nation, 

O Thou Prince of peace and love ! 



Give tii. knowledge of salvation, 
Fix our hearts on things above. 
4 By Thine idl-suffi dent merit, 
Every bnrden'd soul n 1 
By the presence of Thy Spirit, 

Guide us into perfect peace. Ambm. 



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Fai as the curse is found. 
4 He rules the world with truth and grace, 
And maki us prove 

The stories of His riehteousni 
And wonders of His love. Amen. 



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Shall lighten every land: 
The King Who reigns in Salem's towers 
Shall all the world command. 

4 Anion i: the nations He shall judge; 

His judgments truth shall guide: 

His sceptre shall protect the just, 
And crush the sinner's pride. 

6 For peaceful implements shall men 
Exchange their swords and speare; 
Nor shall they study war again 
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6 Come, ye house of Jacob! come 
To worship al His shrine: 
And, walking in the light of God, 
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All creation'a harmonies: 

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Traveller ! blessedness and light, 

Peace and truth, its course portends. 
Watchman ! will its beams alone 

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Traveller ! ages ar»; its own ; 

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3 Watchman ! tell us of the night, 

For the morning seems to dawn. 
Traveller ! darkness takes its dight; 

Doubt and terror are withdrawn. 
Watchman! let thy wanderings cease 

Hie thee to thy quiet home. 
Travelh-r! lo! the Piincc of"T 

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How sweet their tidings are ! — 

" Sion, behold Thy Saviour- King, 

He reigns and triumphs here." 

3 How happy are our ears 

That hear this joyful sound, 
Which kings and prophets waited for, 
And sought, but never found ! 



4 How blessed am our eyes 

That see this heavenly light ! 
Prophets and kings desired it long, 
But died without the sight 

5 The watchmen join their voice, 

And tuneful notes employ; 
Jerusalem breaks forth in songs, 
And deserts learn the joy. 



6 The Lord makes bare His arm 
Through all the earth abroad : 
Let every nation now behold 
Their Saviour and their God. Amen. 

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Ever seek the mercy-seat 

3 As they offered gifts most rare 
At that manger rude and bare 
So may we with holy joy, 
Pure and free from sin's alloy, 
All our costliest treasures bring, 
Christ ! to Thee, cur heavenly King. 



4 Holy Jesus ! every day 
Keep us in the narrow way: 

And, when earthly things are past, 
Bring our ransomed souls at last 
Where they need no star to guide, 
Where no clouds Thy glory hide. 

5 In the heavenly country bright, 
Need they no cr; ated light; 
Thou its Light, its Joy, its Crown, 
Thou i's Sun which goes not down, 
There forever may we sing 
Alleluias to our King. Amen. 



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It bids my dark forebodings cease ; 
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It leads me to the port of peace, [thrall, 



4 Then, safely moor'd, my perils o'er, 
I'll sing, first in night's diadem, 
For ever and for evermore, 

The Star, the Star of Bethlehem ! Amen. 



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Scattering error's wide-spread night, 
Kindling darkness into light. 

3 Nations all. remote and ne r, 
Haste to see your God appear: 
Haste, for Him your hearts prepare, 
Meet Him manifested there. 

4 There behold the Day-Spring rise, 
Pouring light upon your eyes: 
See it chase the shades away, 
Shining to the perfect day. 

5 Sing, ye morning stars, again, 
God descends on earth to reign, 
Deigns for man His life to employ; 
Shout, ye sons of God, for joy ! Amen. 



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In vain in ashes mourn, 
Unless with penitential pain 
The smitten soul be torn. 



4 In sorrow true now let us pray 

To our offended God, 
From us to turn His wrath away, 
And stay the uplifted rod. 

5 O God, our Judge and Father, deign 

To spare the bruised reed; 
We pray ior time to turn again, 
For grace to turn indeed. 



6 Blest Three in One to Thee we bow; 
Vouchsafe us in Thy Love 
To gather from these fasts below 
Immortal Iruit above. Amen. 



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And Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, being forty days tempted of 
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Thou, his Vanquisher before, 
Grant we may not faint or fail. 



4 So shall we have peace divine; 

Holier gladness ours shall be; 
Hound us, too, shall angels shine, 
Such as min'ster'd to Thee. 

5 Keep, O keep us Saviour dear, 

Ever constant by Thy side: 
That with Thee w< pear 

At tli' «t rnal Eastertide. Amen. 



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And wilt Thou not at length, O God, 
In pitying love return ? 

4 O come ; ere life expire, 

Send down Thy power to save; 
For who shall sing Thy Name in death, 
Or praise Thee in the grave ? 

5 "Why should I doubt Thy grace, 

Or yield to dread despair? 
Thou wilt fulfil Thy promised word, 
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All my desires appear: 
The groanings of my burden'd soul 
Have reach' d Thine open ear. 



4 Forsake me not, O Lord, my God, 
Nor far from me depart: 
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4 Search, try, O God, my thoughts and heart 
If mischief lurk in any part; 
Correct me where I go astray, 
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By Thy tasting and distress 
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By Thy victory in the hour 
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By Thine agony of prayer, 
By the purple robe of scorn, 

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By Thy perfect sacrifice; 
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Hear our solemn litany. 

4 By Thy deep expiring groan, 
By the seal'u sepulchral stone, 
By Thy triumph o'er the grave, 
Ly Thy power from death to save; 

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God, the Spirit, asks you' why: 
Pie Who all your lives hath strove— 
Woo'd you to embrace His love. 
Will ye not His grace receive ? 
Will ye still refuse to live? 
O. ye dying sinners, why, 
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My vile ingratitude I mourn; 

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And bid my crimes ronow \ 
And shall :i jmrdon'd rebel live 

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HOD glorious, how divine ! 
That can to lit" and 1 liss restore 
Bo file l" : 11 1 as mine. 

5 Th\ pardoning love, bo rice, so sweet, 

I ' ir Saviour I adore: 

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And all my purest joys forego ? 



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4 My life's brief remnant all be Thine ; 

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O speed my soul to Thee. Amen. 



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Be clean, as Thou, my Lord, art clean. 

3 If in this darksome wild I stray, 

Be Thou my light, be Thou my way 

No foes, no violence I fear, 

No harm, while Thou, my God, art near. 



4 When rising floods my soul oVrflow, 
When sinks my heart in waves of woe, 
Jesus, Thy timely aid impart, 
And raise my head, and cheer my heart 

6 Saviour, where'er Thy stops I see, 
Dauntless, untired, I follow Thee; 
O let Thy hand support me still, 
And lead me to Thy holy hill. Amen. 



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They laid, my Lord, on Thee. 

3 My sins, my sins, my Saviour ! 

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O gracious God, in Whom I live. 

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Evil is ever with me, day by day; 

Yet on mine ears the gracious tidings fall, 
"Repent, confess, thou shalt be loosed from all." 

4 It i^ the roioe of Jeans that I hear, 

His are the hands stretched out to draw me near, 
Ami His tli*- blood thai can for all atone, 
And set me faultless there before the throne. 

6 'Twas He Who found me on the deathly wild. 
And mail- DM heir of heaven, the Father's child, 
And day by day. whereby my soul mag live, 
Gives me His grace of jmrdon, and will give. 

6 Yea, Thou wilt answer for me, righteous Lord: 
Thine all the merits, mine the great reward; 
Thine the sharp thorns, and mine the golden crown. 
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And waft it to the skies, 
And teach our hearts 'tis goodness still 
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My fallen spirit to restore: 
O for Thy truth and mercy's sake. 

Forgive, and bid me sin no more: 
The ruins of my soul repair, [Amen. 
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O'er captive (bath and conquer*d sin. 

3 Ride on ! ride on in majesty ! 

The winge 1 armies of the sky 

Look down with sad ;md wondering eyes 

To see the approaching sacrifice. 

4 Ride on ! ride on in majesty ! 

The last and fiercest strife is nigh ; 
The Father on His sapphire throne 
Expects His own anointed Son. 

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In 1"\\ ly pomp ride on (•> die ; 
Bow Thy meek b< ad to mortal pain, 
Then take, ( » ( rod, Thy pawi r, and reign. 

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Be the precious stream 
"Which from endless torments 

Did the world redeem ! 
Abel's blood tor vengeance 

Pleaded to the skies ; 
But the blood of Jesus 

For our pardon cries. 

3 Oft as earth exulting 

Wafts its praise on high, 
Angel-hosts, rejoicing, 

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Though not a word He spoke. 

3 My conscience felt and own'd the guilt, 

And plunged me in despair; 

I saw my sins His blond had spilt, 

And help'd to nail Him there. 

4 Alas I 1 knew not what I did ; 

But now my tears are vain: 
Where shall my trembling BOOl be hid? 
For I the Lord have slain. 

6 A second look He gave, which said, 
"I freely all forgive; 

This blood is for thy ransom paid, 
I die that thou may'st live." 

6 Thus, while His death my sin displays 
In all its blackest hue 
Such is the mystery of -race- 
It Bealfl my pardon too. Amkn. 



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All Thy people are forgiven 

Through the virtue of Thy blood; 
Open'd is the gate of heaven, 

Peace is made 'twixt man and God 



3 Jesus, hail ! enthroned in glory, 

There for ever to abide, 
All the heavenly hosts adore Thee, 

Seated at Thy Father's side ; 
There for sinners Thou art pleading; 

There Thou dost our place prepare; 
Ever for us interceding, 

Till in glory we appear. 

4 Worship, honour, power, and blessing 

Thou art worthy to receive; 
Loudest praises, without ceasing, 

Meet it is for us to give ! 
Help, ye bright angehc spirits, 

Bring your sweetest, noblest lays ; 
Help to sing our Saviour's merits, 

Help to chant Emmanuel's praise Amen. 



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Satan conquered, and the grave, 
Jesus now is strong to sa\ c 



3 Why that blood His raiment staining? 

"lis the blood of many slain ; 
Of His foes there's none remaining, 

None, the contest to maintain : 
Fallen they are, no more to rise ; 
All their glory prostrate lies. 

4 Mighty Victor, reign forever; 

Wear the crown so dearly won ; 
Never shall Thy people, nev< r, 

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He brings us mercy from above. 

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It holds the fainting spirit up ; 
It cheers with hope the gloomy day, 
And - ery bitter cup. 



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And nerves the feeble arm for fight; 
It takes its terror from the grave, 

And gilds the bed of death with light. 

o The balm of life, the cure of woe, 

The measure and the pledge of love 

The sinner's r. fuge here below, 
The angels' theme in heaven above. 
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By soldier's spear was opened wide, 

To cleanse us in the precious flood 
Of water mingled with His blood. 

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Ordained those holy limbs to bear, 
How bright in pnrple robe it stood, 
The pnrple of a Saviour's blood ! 



4 Upon its amis, like balance true, 

He weighed the price for sinners due, 
The price which none but He could pay, 
And spoiled the spoiler of His prey. 

5 To Thee Eternal Three in One, 
Let homage meet by all be done : 
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4. Behold, the Lamb of God ! 
"Worthy is He alone, 
That sitteth on the throne 

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One with the Ancient of all days, 
One with the Comforter in praise, 

All Light and Love. Amen 



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Grant us with all Thy blessed saints, 

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Eden promise >i 1 re He died 

To the felon al His 1 ide; 

Lord! our suppliant knees we bowl 

Sou of < k>d I tis Thou ! *tis Thou! 

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Sa<! and d\ in-.', who is lh ? 

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By the mo o r n e w come to weep 

when th>' hones ot Jesus sleep, 

Crucified, we know Thee now : 
Son of Man I 'tis Thou I "tis Thou ! 

•1 Bound upon the a. cursed tree, 
Dread and an rod, who is 1 1, j 
By the pray< r for them that slew, 

"Lord! they know not what they do!" 
By the spoiTd and «mpt\ grave, 
l'»\ the s,.ul-. He dii d to - 
By the oonqu< §1 H. 1 ath won. 
I'.\ the saints before His throne, 
the rainbow round His brow, 
Son of God! 'tis Thou ! 'tis Thou! Amxn. 



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•• God forbid thai I should glory save in (he Cross qfcmr Leri Jetta Christ." 

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I sacrifice them to Thy Blood. Or thorns compose 1 Saviour's crown I 

•i "Were the whole realm of nature mine, 
That were a tribute far too small; 
Love so amazing, so divine, 

Demands my life, my soul, my all. Amen. 



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'Tis finish'd ; so the Saviour cried. 

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3 'Tis finished : Aaron now no more 
Must stain his robes with purple gore 
The sacred veil is rent in twain. 

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4 'Tis finished: this My dying groa» 
Shall sins of every kind atone: 
Millions shad be redeem'd from death. 
By this, My last expiring breath. 

5 'Tis finished: heaven is reconciled, 
And all the powers of darkness t poiled: 
Peace, love, and happiness, again 
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Through heaven and hell, through earth and sky. Amen. 

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Learn of Him to bear the cross. 

3 Calvary's mournful mountain climb ; 

There, adoring at His feet, 
Mark the miracle of time, 

God's own sacrifice complete; 
'It is finish'd ' hear Him cry 
Learn of Jesus < Hirist to - ie. Amen. 



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'Tis I deserve Thy pi 

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1 Tune your harps anew, ye seraphs; 

Strike them to Bmm N ime; 

All on earth, and all i i h< 

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Jesus, our Lord, is rr.icified. 

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For mercy on the souls of men; 
Jesus, our Lord, is crucified. 

4 A broken heart, a fount of tears, 

aak, and tli y will not be denied ; 
Lord J: -sub, may we love and weep, 

Since Thou for us art crucified. Amen. 

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4 Myrrh and spices will I bring, 
True affection's offering ; 
Close the door from sight and sound 
Of the busy world around ; 
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Angel guards all robed in white. Amen. 



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Slumber such as needs must be 
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Chant the anthem soft and low; 

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5 Where the saints of all ages in harmony meet. 
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Aud the smile of theLord is the feast of the soul. 

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\Vhy hast Thou, Lord, my soul forsook, 
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4 Thou shalt the paths of life display 

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How we too may enter heaven. Alleluia! 

6 Thou, our Paschal Lamb indeed, 
Christ. Thy ransomed people feed: 
Take our sins and guilt away, 
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Alleluia ! Amen. 



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The being He gave us, death cannot destroy; 
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But Jeans hath cheered the dark valley of sorrow, 

And bade us. immortal, to beavi n asc< nd. 
Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, 
Jesus hath risen, and man shall not die. 



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5 O then with me give thanks to God, 

"Who still does gracious prove ; 

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Their joy the joy of heaven. 

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Crown the Saviour King of kings. 

3 Sinners in derision crowned Him, 

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Saints audi angels crowd around Him, 

Own His title, praise His Name : 

Crown Him ! Crown Him ! 
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Hark ! those loud triumphant chords ! 
Jesus takes the highest station; 
O what joy the sight affords ! 
Crown Him ! Crown Him ! 
King of kings, and Lord of lords. 

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Grbat Jehovah ! we adore Thee. 

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God the Spirit, joined in glory 

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The Lord that all His foe s o'ercame, 

The world, sin, death, and hell o'erthrew; 
And Jesus is the Conqueror's Name. 

5 Lo ! His triumphal chariot waits. 
And angels chant the solemn lay: 

Lift up your heads, ye heavenly gates, 
Ye everlasting doors give way. 
6 Who is the King of Glory, who ? 

The Lord, of boundless power possess 'd, 
The King of saints and angels too, 
God over all, for ever bless'd. Amen. 



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In heaven It* elf He stands, 

A heavenly priesthood His. 

In Him the shadows of the law 

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In brightest glory He will coma, 
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To God the Father, Son. 

And Spirit, ever bleea'd, 
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All worship be addreea'd, 
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2 Break off your tears, ye saints, and tell 
How high our great Deliverer reigns; 
Sing how He spoil* d the hosts of hell, 
And led the tyrant death in chains. 



3 Say, "Live for ever, glorious King, 

Born to redeem, and strong to save !" 
Then ask — '■ death, where is thy sting? 
And where thy victory, O grave V Amen. 



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Eternal Victor crown'd. 
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The King of Glory ! see, He comes 
With all His shining train. 
4 Who is the King of Glory, who ? 
The Lord of hosts renown'd; 
Of glory He alone is King, 
Who is with glory crown'd. Amen. 



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Captivity haai captive led, 

And on Thy people didst bestow 

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The Church adore around, 
With vials full of odours sweet, 

And harps of sweeter sound. 
Now to the Lamb that once was slain 

Be endless blessiugs paid ; 
Salvation, glory, joy, remain 

For ever on Thy head. 



■i Thou hast redeem'd our souls with blood, 
Hast set the piisoners free, 
Hast made us kings and priests to God 
And we shall reign with Thee. 
5 The worlds of nature and of grace 
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Then shorten these delaying days, 
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4 Thou to the conscience dost convey 
Thos« checks which we should know; 
Thy motions point to us the way; 
Thou giv'st us s rength to go. Amen. 



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Let Thy bright beams arise; 
Dispel the Borrow from our minds, 

Tne darkness from our eyes. 
Revive our drooping faith, 

Our doubt l and tears remove, 

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Of never-dying love. 
Convince us of our sin; 

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Before Thy throne we sinnerc bend; 
To us Thy quickening power extend. 



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lake holy oil, to che r my head. 

5 Then shall I Bee, nnd hear, and know, 
All 1 desired or \\ ish< d below; 

And every power find sweet employ 
In that eternal world of joy. Amen. 



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3 Thy Spirit's powerful aid impart. 
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Then shall the day indeed be Thine ; 
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Nor dwell at Thy right hand. 



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5 may Thy Spirit guide my t 

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And plain before my (see, Amen. 



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3 Why faint, my soul? why doubt Jeh6vah's aid? 

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He shook their kingdom when He felL 
By His expiring breath. 



4 And now His conquering chariot wheels 

Ascend the lofty skies; 
Broken beneath His powerful Cross, 
Death's ir' n sceptre lies. 

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And praise on 1 very tongue. 



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On nations yet unborn. Amen. 



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Nor would receive another guest; 
Eternal King ! erect Thy throne, 

And reign sole monarch in my breast. 

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The wonders of Thy love declare, 

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3 This is the day of peace: 

Thy peace our spirits fill; 
Bid Thou the blasts of discord cease, 
The waves of strife be still. 

4 This is the day of prayer: 

Let earth to heaven draw near: 
Lift up our hearts to seek Thee there; 
.Come down to inert us here. 

6 This is the first of days: 

Send forth Thy quickening breath, 
And wake dead souls to love and praise, 
Vanquisher of death! Amkn. 



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A triple light was given. 

3 Thou art a port protected 

From storms that round us rise; 
A garden int<r< 

With streams of Paradise; 
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In life's dry dreary sand; 
From thee, like Pisgah's mountain, 

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To holy convocations 

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5 New graces ever gaining 

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All that has been amiss forgive, 
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2 Though we are guilty, Thou art good; 
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Guard Thou the lips from sin, the hearts from shame, 
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3 Grant us Thy peace, Lord, through the coming night, 
Turn Thou for us its darkness into light; 

From harm and danger keep Thy children free, 
For dark and light arc both alike to Thee. 

4 Grant us Thy peace throughout our earthly life, 
Our balm in "sorrow, and our stay in strife, 
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The labourers are few. 

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By sun and moon below, 
A place in Thy new heavens and earth, 
Whore richer harvests grow. Amen. 

Lord, spare and save our sinful race. 

TUESDAY. 
"Spare Thy pe<rple, O Lord." 

1 Lobd, spare and have our sinful race 

From death in direst form ; 
From pestilence that flies apace, 
From earthquake, fire, and storm. 

2 Let every land bemoan its sin, 

That wars and crimes may cease; 
And may Thy pardoning grace bring in 
Sweet times of health and peace. Amen. 

Great is <our guilt, our fears are great. 

WEDNESDAY. 
"Mercy and truth shall go l»J'on- Thy face." 

1 Great is our guilt, our fears are great; 
But naught shall prompt despair, 
"While open is the mercy-seat 
To penitence and prayer. 

2 Kind Intercessor ! to Thy love 
This blest resource we owe: 
Thy merits plead for us above, 
While we implore below. Amem. 



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SAINT ANDREW. SAINT JOHN TIIK BTANGKLIST. 

I Praise, Lord, for Thine Apostle, the first to wel- | 5 Praise for tlie loved Disciple, exile on Patnios 



come Thee, 
Tin- Brat to lead bia brother tin- very Christ to 

With hearts for Thee made ready, watch we 

throughout the year, 
Forward t<> lead our brethren to own Thine 

Advent near 



SAINT TIIOM \S. 



.-I I ore j 

Praise for the faithfal record he to Thy God- 
head bore ; 

Praise forthe mystic vision, through him to us 
reveal'd. 

.May we. in patience waiting, with Thine 
be M-al'd. 

TIIK lN\oi BNT8 1 DAT, 



doubtinga prov 
Thy perfect twofold nature, the fulness of Thy 

love. 

On all who wait Thy coming ahed forth Thy 

pea* ••. 1 1 Lord, 
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Call'd early from the warfare to share tin- rest 

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SUNT STKl'llKN. 

• for the Brsl of Martyrs, who saw Thee 
idy stand 
To aid in midst of torments, to plead at Grod'l 
light hand ; 

we with him, Ef aammon'd by death our 

Lord to own. 
Ol earth the faithfhl witness, in heuveu the 
uuirtvr trow n. 



Tic » "I ST. PAUL. 

Praise for th< light from heaven, praise for 

the voice of aw e. 
Praise fbi tie glorious vision the persecutor 

I I ord, for ! i> Conversion, \* e glorify 

to day 

rhten all our darkness with Thy tru« 

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SUNT JAMKS. 



s Lord, Thine abiding presence directs the won- 14 For him, <> Lord, we praise Thee, who, slain 

drons choice; by Herod's sword, 

For one iu plnce of Judas the faithful now Drank ef Thy cup of suffering, fulfilling thus 

rejoice. 
Thy Church from false Apostles for evermore 



defend 

And by Thy parting promise be with Her to 
the end. 

vUNT MAKK. 

9 For him, O Lord, we praise Thee, the weak 

by grace made strong, 
Whose labours and whose Gospel enrich our 

triumph M>iiLr- 
Mav we in all our weakness find strength from 

Thee supplied. 
And all, as fruitful branches, in Thee, the Vine, 

abide. 

SAINT PHILIP AND SAINT JAMKS. 



"by word. 

Curb we all vain impatience to read Thy veil'd 

decree 
And count it joy to suiter, if so brought nearer 



Thee. 



SAINT BARTHOLOMEW. 



15 All praise for Thine Apostle, the faithful, 
nitre, and true, 

Whom underneath the fig tree Thine eye all- 
seeing knew. 

Like lum may \v<- be guileless, true Israelites 
indeed. 

That Thy abiding Presence our longing souls 
may feed. 

SAINT MATTHEW. 

10 All praise for Ihine Apostle, blees'd guide to 16 Praise, Lord, for bim whose Gospel Thy hu- 

Greek and Jew. man life declared, 

And him snrnamed Thy brother: keep us Thy Who, worldly gains forsaking, Thy path of 

brethren true, suffering shared. 

.And grant the grace t<> know Thee, the Way, 

the Truth, the life ; 
To wrestle with temptations till victors in the 

strife. 

SAINT BARNABAS. 

11 The Son of Consolation, moved by Thy law 

of love, 
Forsaking earthly treasures, sought riches 

from above. 

irth now teems with increase, let gifts of 

grace descend. 
That Thy true consolations may through the 

world extend. 

-VINT JOHN BAPTIST. 



I j We praise The.- for the Baptist, Forerunner 
of the Word 



From all unrighteous mammon O give us 

hearts set free, 
That we, whate'er our calling, mav rise and 

follow Thee. 

SAINT LUKE. 

17 For that ''Beloved Physician," all praise, 
whose Gospel shows 

The Healer of the nations, the Sharer of our 
woes. 

Thy wine and oil, Saviour, on bruised hearts 
deign to pour. 

And with true Balm of Gilead anoint us ever- 
more. 

SAINT SIMON AND SAINT JUDE. 



18 Praise, Lord, for Thine Apostles, who sealM 
their faith to-day : 
Our true Klias. making ■ highway for the One love, one zeal impell'd them to tread the 

Lord. sacred way. 

Of prophets last and greatest, lie saw Thy May we with zeal as earnest the faith ot Chris< 
dawning ray. maintain. 



Make us the rather blessed, who love Thy 
glorious day. 



SAINT I'ETEK. 



And, bound in love as brethren, at length Thy 
reel attain. 

GENERAL ENDING. 



13 Praise for Thy great Apostle, the eager and 19 Apostles, Prophets, Msgtyrs, and all the Ba- 
the bold : cred throng, 

Thrice fall • iitant, thrice charged to Who wear the spotless raiment, who raise the 

keep Thv fold. ceaseless song: 

Lord, make Thy piston faithful, to guard their For these, pass'd on before us. Saviour. w< 

flocks from ill, Thee adore, 

Awl gisnt I bum dsimllw— iHHiisgu, with hum- And. walking hi their footsteps, would nerve, 

ble. earnest will. Thee more and more. 

20 Then praise we God the Father, and praise we God the Son. 
And God the Holy Spirit. Eternal Three in One . 

Till all the ransom'd number fall down before the Throne. 
And honour, power, and glory ascribe to God alone. Amen. 



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Who follow! in hlfl train ? 

4 A noble army, men and hoys. 

The matron and the maia, 

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Who follows m their train? 



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Before the throne on high, 
And serve the God they love amidst 

The glories of the Bkj. 
His ] Is '-;i<-h liiiirt with joy, 

Tu: I south to sing; 

By day, by night, the sacred courts 

With glad hosaunas ring. 



■ ! The Lamb« Which reigns apon the throne, 

Shall <>'. r them still preside; 
Peed them with nomrishmenl divine, 

And all their footsteps guide. 
Ifong pastures green Hell lead His 

Where living stzeams appear; 
And God the Lord from every eye 

Shall wipe off every tear. Amen. 



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2 We wear the cross they wore oi old, 

Our lips have iearn'd like vows to make; 
W< need not die; we cannot light; 
What may we do for J< bos' Bake ? 
:l day by day each Christian child 
Baa orach to do, without, within; 
A death to die for 'Jesus" sake. 
A weary war to wage with sin. 
4 When deep within our swelling hearts, 
The thoughts of pride and anger rise, 
When bitter words are on our tongues, 
And tears of passion in our eyes; 



Then we may stay the angry blow, 

Then we may check the hasty word, 
Give gentle answers back again, 

And fight a battle for our Lord. 
With smiles of peace and looks of love. 

Light in our dwellings we may make, 
Bid kind good-humour brighten there, 

And do all still for Jesus' sake. 
There's not a child so weak and small 

But has his little cross to take. 
His little work of love and praise, 

That he may do for Jesus' sake. A>ten. 



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O that onr hearts within, 

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We shrank not from Thy sight 

Lord, h li> as eveiy hour 
Thy cleansing grace to claim; 

In life to glorify Thy power, 
In death to praise Thy Name. 



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Behold a humble train. 

THE PRESENTATION OF CHRIST IN THE TEMPLE. 

The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former." 



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1 Behold a humble train 

The courts of God draw near; 
A Virgin Mother ai d her babe 
Before the Lord appear. 

2 O wondrous, ble sed sight ! 

To faithful eyes made known, 

That lowly babe— the mighty God, 

The Prince of Peac.\ they own. 

3 And now this temple shines 

"With glory far more bright 



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E'en at its greatest height. 

4 The cloud indeed was there, 

The symbol of the Lord; 
But here tie Lord Himself appears, 
The true, Incarnate Word. 

5 Blest Saviour, come once more 

With power and grace divine; 
Our hearts Thy living tempi, s make, 
Wholly and ever Thine. Amen. 



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Praise we the Lord this day. 

ANNUNCIATION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN. 

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M;try, the pun and lowly maid, 
The favoured <>t th<- Lord. 

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Cherubim on fourfold wing, 
Thrones, Dominions, Princes, Powers, 
Ranks of Might that never cowers. 
8 Angel hosts His word fulfil, 
Ruling nature by His will: 
Bound Hla throne archangels pour 
Bongfl of praise for evermore. 



4 Yet on man they joy to wait, 
All that bright celestial state, 
For true Man their Lord they see, 
Christ, the Incarnate Deity. 

6 On the throne our Lord Who died 
Sits in manhood glorified, 
Where His people taint below 
Angels count it joy to go. Amen. 



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Lo ! what a cloud of witnesses ! 

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Anil moved l>> pitying love. 

Endured the Cross, despised the shame, 

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Their, with the Saviour and His saints. 
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The city of our God; 
Where milder words declare His will, 
And spread His love abroad. 

3 Behold th' inmimerable host 

Of angels clothed in light: 
Behold the spirits of the just, 
Whose faith is changed to sight. 



4t Behold the bless'd assembly there 
Whose names are writ in heaven; 
Hear God, the Judge of all, declare 
Their sins, through Christ, forgiven. 
5 Angels, and living saints and dead, 
But one communion make: 
All join in Christ, their living Head, 
And of His love partake. Amen. 



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On Sion's favour'd hill. 

l Par Bion is the ohoaen scat 
Where the Almighty King 

The pron lain'd, 

An rna] spring. Amen. 



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Alleluia. 

3 For Martyrs, who, with rapture-kindled eye, 
Saw the bright erown descending from the sky, 
And died to grasp it, Thee we glorify. 

Alleluia. Amen. 



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Alleluia. 

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Fight as the saints who nobly fought of old, 
And win, with them, the victor's crown of gold. 

Alleluia. 

4 blest Communion, fellowship divine! 
We feebly struggle, they in glory shine; 
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Alleluia. 

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And hearts are brave again, and arms are strong. 

Alleluia. 

6 The golden evening brightens in the west; 
Soon, soon to faithful warriors comes the rest; 
Sweet is the calm of Paradise the bless'd. 

Alleluia. 

7 But lo! there breaks a yet more glorious day: 
The saints triumphant rise in bright array; 
The King of Glory passes on His way. 

Alleluia* 

8 From earth's wide bounds, from ocean's larth- st coast, 
Through pa* ., of pearl streams in the countless host, 
Singing to i\.tb r. Bon, and Holy Ghost, 

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Come, let us join our friends above. 

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With those to glory gone; 
For all the servants of our King, 
In earth and heaven are one. 

3 One family, we dwell in Him, 

One Church, above, beneath; 
Though now divided by the stream 
The xiarrow stream of death. 



4 One army of the living God, 

To His command we bow; 
Part of His host have cross'd the flood, 
And part are crossing now. 

5 Ten thousand to their endless home 

This solemn moment fly ; 
And we are to the margin come, 
And we expect to die. 



6 Then, Lord of hosts, be Thou our Guide, 
And we, at Thy command, 
Through waves that part on either side, 
Shall reach Thy blessed land. Amen. 




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Who prepared the way of Christ, 
King, Apostle, Saint, Confessor, 

Martyr and Evangelist, 
Saintly maiden, godly matron, 

Widows who have watched to prayer, 
Joined in holy cone* rt, singing 

To the Lord oi all, are there. 

have eome from tribulation. 
And have wash'd their robes in blood, 

1 them in the blood of J. - 
Tried they were, and firm they 

'. imprison VI, stoned, tormented, 
a asunder, slain with sword, 
Thev have eonquer'd death and Satan 
Lv the Lght of Christ th- Lord. 



4 Marching with Thy Cross their I 

They have triumph'd, followim 
Thee, the Captain of salvation, 

Thee, their Saviour and their i 
Gladly, Lord, with Thee they snfi 

Gladly, Lord, with 'Thee they died, 
And by death to life immortal 

They w< re bom and glorified. 

5 Now they reign in heavi nly gl< ry, 

Nov.- they walk in golden hght, 
Now they drink, as from a ri\<r, 

H ikj bliss and infinite: 
Love and | te fcr i\or, 

And all truth and knowledge fee 
In the beatific vision 

Of the blessed Trinity. Amen. 



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III.-Tlll-: CHURCH. 

Glorious things of thee are spoken. 

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Jeans, Whom th< ii souls rely on, [Amen. 
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O pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee." 



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Hex walls before Thee stand, 
apple of Thine eye, 

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For h r my tears shall fall; 

For her my pra nd; 

To her mi I toils be giren, 

Till toils and '-arcs shall end. 
Beyond my highest joy 

1 }>rize her heavenly ways, 



Qerswe t communion, solemn vows, 

Her hymns of love and pi 

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Our Savic ur and our King, 
Thy band from every snare and foe 
Shall great deliv ranee bring. 
C Sure as Thy truth shall last, 
To Sion shall be given 
The brightest glories earth can yield. 
And brighter bliss of heaven. Amhn. 



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And till thv hallow'd walls with dread; 
No more shall hell's insulting host 
Their victory and thy sorrows boast. 



4 God from on high has heard thy prayer, 
His hand thy ruins shall repair: 
Nor will thy watchful Monarch cease 
To guard thee in eternal peace. Amen. 



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:{ He'll Sion find with numbers fill'd 

Who celebrate His matchless praise; 

Who, here iu alleluias bkill'd, 

In heaven tin ir harps and hymns shall 

Sion. seat of Israel's King, [raise: 

Be mine to drink thy living spring ! Amen. 



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"God it our hope and strength, a *ury prueui help in trouble. 



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Gk>d dwells in Bion, Whose fair towers 

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While His Almighty aid is nigh. 



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For Him 1I1 heathen shall otx y. 

And earth her sovereign Lord confess: 
The God of hosts conduct our anus, 
Our tower of r< fnge in alarms, 

As to our fathers in distress. Amkn. 



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On restless wing to roam; 
All the wide world, to either pole, 
Has not for thee a home. 

3 Behold the Ark of God, 

Behold the open door; 
Hasten to gain that dear abode, 
And rove, my soul, no more. 



eer -less wa - ters found: Ami:n. 



There, safe thou shalt abide, 

There, sweet shall be thy rest, 
And every longing satisfied, 

"With full ! alvation blest. 
And when the waves of ire 

Again the earth shall fill, 
The Ark shall ride the sea of fire, 

Then rest on Sion's bill. Amen. 



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The Lord, the only God, is great. 

" The hill of Sim is a fair place, and the joy of the whole earth." 




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2 In Sion we have seen perform'd 
A work that was foretold, 
Ii> pledge that God, for times to come, 
His city will uphold. 
$ T.«t Sion's mount w'.th joy resound; 
Her daughters all be taught 
lu songs lib judgments to extol, 
Who this deliverance wrought. 



4 Compass her walls in solemn pomp. 

Your eyes quite round her cast : 
Count all In r towers, and see if there 
Son find one stone displaced. 

5 Her forts and palaces survey, 

( Ibserve their order well, 
Thai to tie- ages yet to come 

His wonders yon may t- 11. 



6 Tms (rod is ours, and will be ours, 
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Your God. our Saviour, clave 

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Bright peace, with healing wings outspread. 

For evermore shall dwell : 
Let me, blest seat ! my name behold 
Among thy citdzei b < nroll'd, 

And bid the world farewell 

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lo Father. Son, and Tloly Ghost, 
TI'«i Ood Whom heaven's triumphant ho* 
And saints on earth adore, 

Be glory u In pgea past. 

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Happier souls, {.hat find a rest, 
In a heavenly Father's breast ! 
Like the wandering dove, that found 
Ko repose on earth around. 
They can to their ark repair, 
And enjoy it ever there. 

3 Happy soak ! their praises flow, 

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4 Lord, bo mine thi i prize to win; 
Guide me t rouglj a world of sin, 
Keep me by Thy saving grace, 
Give me at Thy side a place; 
Sun and shi< Id alike Thou art; 
Guide and guard my erring heart; 

.1 glory flow from Thee; 
She ' ■ 1, on me. 

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Holy Father, fount of light, 
God of wisdom, goodness, might: 
Holy Son Wbacam'st to dwell, 
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God of comfort, peace and lov« \ 
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With cv ry grace endued 

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By schisms r»-nt asunder, 

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Her longing ev< - are blest, 
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By Thy most precious blood. 
4 Blessing and honour, glory, power, 
By all in earth and heaven. 

To Him That sits upon the throne, 
And to the Lamb, be given. Amen. 



To Jesus, our exalted Lord. 

"Jesus Christ, Who gave Himself for our sins." 



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S I ord, we lov< . and wo adore, 
Hut long to know and love Tin more; 
And. whilst we lake the bread and wine, 

1 k in to t' « d on joys divine. Amen. 



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My God, and is Thy table spreaa 

" Come, for all tilings art now ready." 

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Rich banquet of Hi a flesh and blood* 
Thrice happy he who here partakes 
That sacred stream, that heavenly food, 

3 Why are its bounties all in vain 

Before unwilling hearts display'd ? 
Was not for you the victim slain ? 
Are you forbid the children's bread ! 

4 O UstTny table honour'd be. 

And furnish'd well with joyful guests: 



And may each soul salvation sec, 

That here its holy pledges taste*. 
6 Drawn by Thy quickening grace, O Lord, 

In countless numbers let them come. 
And gather from their Father's board 

The bread that lives beyond the tomb. 
6 Nor let Thy spreading Gospel rest. 

Till through the world Thy truth has ni 
Till with this bread all men be blest. 

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O may that love which spread this board, 
Inspire as while we sing: 



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4 "Glory to God in highest strains, 

And to the earth be peace; 
Good-will from heaven to men is come, 
And let it never cease." Amen. 

Bread of the world, in mercy broken. 



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Ai d hi asinga Trior'- than we can give, 
Be, Lord, for ever Thine. 



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And air, and earth, and seas, 
Conspire to lift Thy glories liigh, 
And speak Thins endless praise! 

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To Thy Cross we look and live: 
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In strength of which we travel on 
To our abiding-place. 



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But do not then depart; 
Saviour, abide with us, and spread 
'1 hy table in <>nr heart. 

Tj Lord, sap with as in love divine; 
Thy body and Thy blood, 
That living bread, that heavenly wine, 
Be our immortal food. ,\men. 



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Thine agony and bloody sweat, 
And not r member Thee? 

4 "When to the Cross 1 turn mine eyes, 

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Lamb of God. my sacrifice, 
I must remember Thee. 
5 Remember Thee, and all Thy pains, 
And all Thy love to me; 
Yes, while a breath, a pulse remains, 
Will 1 remember Thee. 
P> And when these failing lips grow dumb, 
And mind and m mory flee, 

When Thou shalt in Thy kingdom i' , 

Jesus, remember me. AMEN. 



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Lrr the voice of all creation, 

Earth and heaven's triumphant b.u«t 
Praise the God of our BslvaUus, 

Father, Bod, and Holy Ghost 
See tlie heavenly elders casting 

Golden crowns before His throne, 
Alleluia- everlasting 

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Saviour, Who Thy flock art feeding. 

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Pbaise the Fattier, earth and heavf 
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In token that thou shalt not fear. 

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The sunshine of thy days; 
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With vain regret, deplore, 
And Badly muse OH former joys. 
That now return no more. 
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In age will give thee rest : 
then, improve the morn of life, 
To make its evening blest. Amen. 



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Soldiers of Christ, arise. 

BAPTISM OF Al>l i 
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And tala\ to arm you for the fight, 
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■4 That having all things done, 
And all your conflicts past, 
Ye may behold your victi ry won, 
And stand complete at last. Amen. 



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My God ! Thy covenant of love. 

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Jesus, my Guardian and my Friend 
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3 I welcome all Thy sovereign will, 

For all that will is love: 



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I wait the light above. 
4 Thy covenant in darkest gloom 
Shall heavenly rays impart, 
"Which, when my eyelids close in death. 
Shall warm my chilling heart. Ame*. 



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Let night disown each radiant star; 
Tis midnight with my soul, till Be, 
Bright Morning Star, 'bid darkness flee. 

uied of Jesus ! as soon 
Let uioniiiig blush to own the sun; 
II sheds the fc uu of light divine, 
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•1 Ashamed of Jesus ! that dear Friei d 

On Whom my hopes ot heaven d. : 

No; when I blush, be this my shame, 
Thai I 00 more revere His Name. 
5 Ashamed of Jesus I empty pride; 

I'll boast a Saviour crucified: 
And <) may tliis my portion be, 

My Saviour not ashamed of me. Amen. 



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<tatcrljtsm. 

V.-OFFICES OF THE CHURCH. 
When, His salvation bringing. 

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Christ our Prophet, Priest and King; He reclaims the sinner lost; 

Children, raise your sweetest strain Children's minds may He inspire, 

To the Lamb, for He was slain. Touch their tongues with holy fire. 

4 Glory in the highest be 
To the blessed Trinity, 
For the Gospel from above, 
For the word that ' ' God is love. " Amen. 



How bless'd are they who always keep. 

"Blessed are they that keep His testimonies, and teek 
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His favour sought to win ! 
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To shun each wicked deed; 
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(ffatctfjtem. 

O happy is the man who hears. 

ll>r ways are ways oj pleasantness, and nil her paths are peace." 



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4 And, as her holy labours rise, 
So her rewards incrcma ; 

Her ways are ways of pleasantness, 
And all her paths are peace. Amen. 



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What a strange and wondrous story. 

Thai signs anil wonders maybe, done by the Name of the holy Ch\ 
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Mav I that great lov< proclaim, 

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Name of the holy <"lii!<l Jesus. 



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."* o Thou, Whose Lnfanl feet were found 

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Whose years, with changeless virtue 
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Jesus, meek and gentle. 

" Litth- children, keep younelvesfrom idols." 
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Loose our captive chains, 
Break down every idol 
Which our soul detains. 

3 Give us holy freedom, 

Fill our hearts with love; 
Draw us, holy Jesus, 
To the realms above. 



4 Lead us on our journey, 

Be Thyself the way 
Through terrestif.l darkness 
To celestial day. 

5 Jesus, meek and gentle, 

Son of God Most High, 
Pitying, loving Saviour, 

Hear Thy children's cry. Amen. 



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3 Yet still to His footstool in prayer I may go, 

And ask for a share in His love; 
And if I thus earnestly seek Him below, 
I shall see Him and hear Him above, 

4 In that beautiful place He has gone to prepare 

For all who are washed and forgiven ; 
And many dear children phall be with Him there, 
For of such is the kingdom of heaven. 

5 But thousands and thousands who wander and fall, 

r heard of that heavenly home; 
I wish they could know there is room for them all, 
And that Jesus has bid them to come. Amen. 



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In the vineyard of our Father. 

" Other fell into good ground, and brought forth fruU." 



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2 Toiling early in the morning, 

Catching moments through the day, 
Nothing small or lowly scorning 

While we work, and watch, and pray 

Gathering gladly 
Free-will offerings by the way. 

3 Not for selfish praise or glory, 

Not for object; nothing worth, 
But to send the blessed story 
Of the Gospel o'er the earth, 

Telling mortals 
Of our Lord and Saviour's birth. 



1 lip and ever at our calling, 

Till in death our lips are dumb, 
Or till — pin's dominion falling — 
Christ r.hall in His kingdom come, 

And His children 
Keach their everlasting home. 
5 Steadfast, then, in our endeavour, 
Heavenly Father, may we be; 
And for ever, and for ever, 

We will give the praise to Thee; 

Alleluia 
Singing, all eternity. Amen. 



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2 With thoughts of Christ and things divine, 
Fill up this sinful heart of mine ; 
That hoping pardon through His blood, 
I may lie down and wake with God. Amen. 

Saviour, like a shepherd lead us. 

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Poor and sinful though we be; 
Thou hast mercy to relieve us; 
Grace to cleanse, and power to free: 

Blessed Jesus ! 
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Early let us l*;irn Thy will; 
Do Thou, Lord, our only Saviour, 
With Thy love our bosoms till: 

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Thou hast loved us, —love us still. 



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<ffiateri)tem. 

When Jesus left His Father's throne. 

" Iff. shall grow up br/ore Him as a tender plant. 



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When mothers round Him press'd; 
Their infants in His arms He took, 

And on His bosom bless'd. 
Safe from the world's alluring harms, 

Beneath His watchful eye, 
Thus in the circle of His arms 

May we for ever lie. 

When Jesus into Salmi rode, 

The children sang around; 
For joy they pluek'd the palms, and strow'd 

Their garments on the ground. 

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Hosanna to our King ! 
Should we forget our Saviour's praise, 

The stoDes themselves would sing. Amev. 



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" While we were yet tinners, Christ died for us." 
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What pains He had to bear, 
But wo believe it was for us 
He hung and suffered there. 

3 He died that we might be forgiven, 

He died to make us good, 
That we might go at last to heaven, 
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To pay the price of sin, 
He only could unlock the gate 
Of heaven, and let us in. 

5 O, dearly, dearly has He loved, 

And we must love Him too, 
And trust in His redeeming blood, 
And try His works to do. Amen. 



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On to victory. 

Hell's foundations quiver 
At the shorn 1 of praise; 

1 >!-< it 1 1 . rs, lilt your voices. 
Loud your anthems raise. 
Onward, &c. 



\\ Take a mighty army 

Mores the Church of God; 
Brothers, we are treading 

Where the saints have trod; 
We are no! divided, 
All one body we, 
One in hope and doctrine, 
One in charity. 

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Kingdoms rise and wane, 
But the Church of Jesus 
Constant will remain; 
Gates of hell can never 

'Gainst that Church prevail; 
We have Christ's own promise, 
And that cannot fail. 

Onward, &c. 



5 Onward, then, ye people, 
Join our happy throng, 
Blend with ours your voices 

In the triumph-song; 
Glory, laud, and honour, 
Unto Christ the King; 
This through countless ages 
Men and angels sing. 

Onward, &c. Amen. 



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And His shelter was 11 stable, 

And His cradle wm a stall; 
With the poor, and mean, and lowly, 
Lived on earth our Saviour holy. 

tad, through all His wondrous childhood, 
lb- would honour and obey. 

and Watch the lowly maiden. 

in whoae gentle arms He lay; 
Christian ohildren all must bo 
Mild, obedient, good as He. 



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Day by day like us He grew; 

He was little, weak, and helpless, 
Tears and Bmiles Like us He knew; 

And H f< Leth for our sadness, 

And J I • Bhareth in our gladness. 

And our eyes at last shall see Him, 
Through His own redeeming low, 

For thai C did so dear and gentle 
Is our Lord in heaven above; 

And He leads His children on 

To the place where He is gone. 



6 Not in that poor lowly stable. 
With the oxen standing by, 

W« shall see Him: but in heaven, . 

Set at Qod'a right hand <m high; 

When like stars His children crowned 
All in white shall wait aronnd Amin 



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Confirmation. 

My God, accept my heart this day. 

" With my whole heart have I sought Thee." 



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Behold. I prostrate fall ; 
Let every sin be crucified, 

And Christ be all in all. 
3 Anoint me with Thy heavenly grace; 

And seal me for thine own ; 



That I may see Thy glorious face, 
And worship near Thy throne, 
•i Let every thought, and work, and word, 
To Thee be ever given ; 

Then life shall be Thy service, Lord, 
And death the gate of heaven ! Amen. 



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O happy day, that stays my choice. 




My heart is fixed, God, my heart is fixed." 

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To Him Who merits all my love ! 
cheerfa] anthems till His house, 
While to His sacred throne I move. 
- ione. the irreat transaction's done; 
Deign, gracious Lord, to make me Thine; 
Help me, through srrace. to follow on, 
Glad to confess Thy voice divine. 



4 Here rest, my oft-divided heatf, 

Fix'd on thy God. thy Saviour rest ; 
Who with the world would grieve to part 
When call'd on angels' food to f< 

5 Hiirh heaven, tliat heard the solemn vow, 

That vow n-nt'w'd shall daily hear, 
Till in life'.s latest hour I bow, 

And bless in death a bond so dear. Amen. 



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U 'twt rv not in joy to charm me, 
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Anu'il by faith, and wing'd by prayer; 

Beaven'i 1 terna] day's before thee, 
God's own hand shall guide thee then. 

Soon sii ill elose thy earthly mission. 

Swilt shall pass thy pilgrim days; 

Hope soon change to glad fruition. 
Faith to Bight and prayer to praise, 

GLORIA PATBI. 

Let the voire of all creath n, 

Earth and heaven's triumphant host, 
Praise the Qod of our salvation, 

Father, Bon, and Holy Ghost. 
Stv the heavenly elders casting 

QoldeD crowns before tiu» tkro*w: 

Alleluias everlasting 

Him ami Him alooo. 



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My faith looks up to Thee. 

" My grace it sufficient for Vice." 
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When death's cold, sullen stream 

Shall o'er me roll, 
Blest Saviour, then in love, 
Fear and distrust remove ; 
O bear me safe above, 

A ransom 'd soul. Amen. 



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Shield us through our earthly strife: 
Thon the Life, the Truth, the Way, 
Guide us to the realms of clay. 

Thine for ever: — O how bless'd 
They who find in Thee their rest! 
Saviour. Guardian, heavenly Friend, 
defend us to the end. 



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4 Thine for ever: — Saviour, keep 
These Thy frail and trembliug sheep; 
Safe alone beneath Thy care, 

Let us all Thy goodness share. 

5 Thine for ever: — Thou our Guide, 
All our wants by Thee supplied, 
All our sins by Thee forgiven, 

Lead us, Lord, from earth to heaven. Amen. 



Witness, ye men and angels ; now. 

" Thou hail avouched the Lord this day to be thy God." 



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2 That long as life itself shall last, 

Ourselves to Christ we yield; 
Nor from His cause will we depart 
Or ever quit the field. 

3 We trust not iu our native strength, 

But on His grace rely, 
That, with returning wants, the Lord 
Will all our needs supply. 

4 Lord, guide our doubtful feet aright, 

And keep us in Thy ways; 
And, while we turn our vows to prayers, 
Turn Thou our prayers to praise. Amen. 



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O'ershadowine all the weary land. Amzn. 



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r%* y Lord, shall Thy children come to Thee. 

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Oft as we see Thy table spread, 
And tokens of Thy dying pain, 

The wine pour'd out. the broken bread ? 
Bless, bless. O Lord, Thy children's prayer, 
That they may iome and find Thee there. 

S Lord, shall we come ? not thus alone 

At holy time, <>r solemn rite; 
But every hour till life be flown, 

Through weal or woe, in gloom or light, 
Come to Thy throne of grace, that we 
In faith, hope, love, confirrn'd may be. 



4 Lord, shall we come ? come yet again ? 

Thy children ask one blessing mor3: 
To come, not now alone;- -but then, 

When life, and death, and time are o'er; 
Then, then to come, O Lord, and be 
Confirmed in heaven, confirm'd by Thee. 

AOBIA T ATXL 

To God the Father, God the Sob, 
And God the Spirit, Three in One, 
Be glory In the highest given. 
By all Id er\rth and all In heavsa, 
Aj was through agee heretofore, 
I* now and shall be evermore. 



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^ Arm these Thy soldiers, mighty Lord. 



Put on the whole armour of Qod. 



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And make Thy servants' h< art Thy homo; 

May each a living temple be. 

Hallow'd for ever. Lord, to Thee; 

Enrich that temple's holy > brine _ 

With sevenfold gifts of crrace divine; 

With wisdom, light, andknowh-dge bless, 

Strength, counsel, fear, and godliness. Amzw. 



Confirmation. 



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His mercy and His truth. 

Show me Thy ways, O God, ami teach me Thy paths. 



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Who His direction seek; 
And in His sacred paths shall lead 
The humble and the meek. 



3 Through all the ways of God 
Both truth and mercy shine, 
To such as, with religious hearts, 
To His blest will incline. 



<4 For God to all His saints 
His secret will imparts, 
And does His gracious covenant write 
In their obedient hearts. Amen. 



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May God accept our vow. 

"And I will accejrt thee, saith the Lord." 



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2 Lord. Thy saving grace 
We joyfully declare; 
Our banner in Thy Name we raise- 
' ' The Lord fulfil our prayer ! " 



1. May God accept our vow, 
Our sacrifice receive, 
Our heart's devout request allow, 
Our holy wishes give ! 

3 Now know we that the Lord 
His chosen will defend; 
From heaven will strength divine afford, 
And will their prayer attend. Amen. 

O A c O God of hosts, the mighty Lord. 

|" V V * "0 Lord God of Hosts, blessed is tht man that putteth his trust in The*." 



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To view Thy blest abode; 

My panting heart and flesh cry out 
For Thee, the living God. 



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Their sure protection made, 
"Who long to tread the sacred ways 

That to Thy dwelling lead. 



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And still approach more near; [strength, 

Till all on Sion's holy mount 
Before their God appear. 



For God, Who is our sun and shield, 
Will grace and glory give; 

And no good thing will He withhold 
From them that justly live. 

6 Thou God, Whom heavenly hosts obey, 
How highly bless'd is he, 
Whose hope and trust, securely placed, 
Are still reposed on Thee ! Amen. 



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Shall fix my roving heart 

3 Now, Lord. I would be Thine alone, 

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Tel ivorthlpsa still mjBelf I own, 
Thy worth i 1 all my plea, Ames. 



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To preserve them in Thy fear; 
In affliction, let Thy smile 
All the woes of life beguile; 
And when every change is past, 
Take them to Thyself at last. Amen. 

The voice that breathed o'er Eden. 

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Of Christian man and maid, 
The holy Three are with us, 
The threefold grace is said. 

3 Be present, awful father, 

To give away this bride, 
As Eve Thou gav'st to Adam 
Out of his own pierced side: 

4 Be present, Son of Mary, 

To join their loving hands, 
As Thou didst bind two natures 
In Thine eternal bands ! 



5 Be present, holiest Spirit, 

To bless them as they kneel, 
As Thou, for Christ the Bridegroom, 
The heavenly spouse dost seal ! 

6 O spread Thy pure wing o'er them* 

Let no ill power find place, 
When onward to Thine altar 
Their hallow'd path they trace. 

7 To cast their crowns before Thee 

In perfect sacrifice, 
Till to the home of gladness 

With Christ's own Bride they ri: e. Amen. 



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IJteitatton of tfje joicft. 

Be still, my heart, these anxious cares. 

" / look for the Lord ; my soul doth wait for Him ; in His word is my trust.' 1 ' -L» -iM • 

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2 Brought safely by His hand thus far, 
Why wilt thou now give place to fear? 
How canst thou want if He provide, 
Or lose thy way with such a guide ? 

3 When first before His mercy-seat, 
Thou didst to Him thy all commit: 
He gave thee warrant from that hour, 
To trust His wisdom, love, and power. 



4 Did ever trouble yet befall, 
And He refuse to hear thy call? 
And has He not His promise passed, 
That thou Shalt overcome at last? 

5 Though roflgb and thorny be the road, 
It leads thee borne apace to GJodj 

Then count thy present trials small, 
For heaven will make amends for all. 

Amex. 



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1 When sorrowing o'er some stone I bend, 
Which covers what was once a friend, 
Ami from his voice, his hand, his smile, 
Divides me for a littlo while, 
Thou Saviour, nmrk'st the tears I shed, 
For Thou didsl weep o'er Lazarus dead. 

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My bed of death for Thou hast died: 
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Our earthliness refine ; 
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As free and true as Thine. 



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And griefs dark day come on, 
"We in our turn would meekly cry, 
"Father, Thy will be done." 
5 Kept peaceful in the midst of strife, 
Forgiving and forgiven, 
may we lead the pilgrim's life, 
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When our final doom is near, 
Jesu?. bon of Mary, hear. 

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When the spirit shrinks with fear, 
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My wisdom, and my all. 



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And would not suffer still; 

3 It is that heaven-taught faith surveys 

The path that leads to light, 
And longs hex eagle plumes to raise, 
And lose herself in sight. 

G let me wing my hallow'd flight 
From earth-born woe and car ■, 
And soar above these clouds of night 
My Saviour's bliss to share! Amen. 



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To see Him face to face, 

Whose dyi g love no language knows 
Sufficient art to trace. 

5 It is that tortur'd conscience feels 
The pangs of struggling sin; 

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And ends her war within. 



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Let me be still and murmur not, 
And breathe the prayer divinely taught, 
"Thy will be done." 

1 What though in lonely grief I sigh 
For friends beloved no longer nigh, 
Submissive still would 1 reply, 
"Thy will be done." 



4 If Thou shouldst call me 16 resign 
What most I prize — it ne r e'r was mine; 
I only yield Thee what was Thine — 

" Thy will be done." 

5 Renew my will from day to day, 
Blend it with Thine, and take away 
All that now makes it hard to say, 

"Thy will be done." 



6 Let but my fainting heart be blest 
With Thy sweet Spirit for its Guest, 
My God, to Thee I leave the rest; 

1 ' Thy will be done. " Amen. 




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teach me from my heart to say, "Thy will be done." A-mkx. 

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A cipher sums my years ; 
And every man, in best estate, 
But vanity appears. 

3 Man, like a shadow, vainly walks, 

With fruitless cares oppress'd 
He heaps up wealth, but cannot tell 
By whom 'twill be possess'd. 



4 Why then should I on worthless toys 

With anxious cares attend ? 
On Thee alone my steadfast hope 
Shall ever, Lord, depend. 

5 Lord, hear my cry, accept my tears, 

And listen to my prayer, 
Who sojourn like a stranger here, 
As all my fathers were. 



6 O spare me yet a little time; 
My wasted strength restore, 
Before I vanish quite from hence, 
And shall be seen no more. Amen. 



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x_) jy "Ye sorrow not even as others which have no hope." C. M. 



1 Hear what the voice from heaven declares 

To those in Christ who die: 
Released from all their earthly cares, 
They'll reign with Him on high. 

2 Then why lament departed friends, 

Or shake at death's alarms ? 
Death's but the servant Jesus sends 
To call us to His arms. 



3 If sin be pardon'd, we're secure, 

Death hath no sting beside: 
The law gave sin its strength and power, 
But Christ, our ransom, died. 

4 The grave of all His saints He bless'd 

When iu the grave He lay: 
And, rising thence, their hopes He raise d 
To everlasting day. 



5 Then, joyfully, while life we have, 
To Christ, our life, well sing, 

"Where is thy victory, grave? 
And where, O death, thy sting?" 



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With holy confidence to sing 

That death hath lost its painful sting ! 

3 Asleep in Jesus ! peaceful rest ! 
Whose waking is supremely blest; 
No fear, no woe shall dim that hour 
That manifests the Saviour's power. 



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4 Asleep in Jesus ! O for me 
May such a blissful refuge be ! 
Securely shall my ashes lie. 
Waiting the summons from on high. 

5 Asleep in Jesus ! far from thee 

Thy kindred and their graves nwy be; 
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From which none ever wakes fc weep. 

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And teach the chasten'd mind 
To welcome all that's left of good, 
To all that's lost resign'd. Amen. 



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Slwch are the child' en of our God. Amen. 



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Uurtal of tljc Beau. 

Tender Shepherd, Thou hast still'd. 

BUKIAL OF A CHILD. 
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To the sunny heavenly plain 

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Clothed in robes of spotless white, 
Now it dwells with Thee in light. 



3 Ah, Lord Jesu, grant that we 

Where it lives may soon be living, 

And the lovely pastures see 

That its heavenly food are giving; 

Then the gain of death we prove, [Amen. 

Though Thou take what most we love. 



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Bring the wanderer home to thee; 
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Thou, whflO the storm of death 

Boars, § weeping by, 
Whisper, Truth of brut" - 
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Now seated in glory, the mariner cherish, 

"Who cries in his anguish, "Save, Lord, or we perish.' 

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When sin in our hearts its wild warfare is waging, 
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Now seated Is glory, the marini r oherish, 

Who cries in his angoiah, "Save. Lord, or we perish.** 

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Then send down Thy Spirit Thy redeemed to cherish, 
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3 Most Holy Spirit ! Who didst brood 
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And bid its angry tumult cei 
And give, for wild confusion, peace; 
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For those in p< id on the sea. 



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From rock and t< mpest, fire and foe, 
Protect them whereeoe'< r fix • 

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Whoso billows own'dth' Incarnate God, 
And died in c;dm away. 



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4 Though swells the threatening tide, 
Mounting to heaven above, 
"We know in Whom our souls confide, 
And fearless trust His love. Amen. 

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And breathe the tainted air [roam To snatch me from the grave: 

In burning climates, far from home, I found Thine car not slow to hear, 

Yet Thou, th.ir God, art there. 



3 Thy goodness sweetens every soil, 

Makes every country please; 
Thou on the snowy hills dost smile, 
And smooth'st the rugged seas. 

4 When waves on waves, to heaven uprear'd, 

Defied the pilot's art ; 
"When terror in each face appear'd, 
And soitow in each heart: 



Nor short Thine arm to save. 

6 Thou gav'st the word, the winds did cea.se 

The storms obey'd Thy will, 
The raging sea was hushed in peace, 
And every wave was still. 

7 For this, my life, in every state, 

A life of praise shall be; 
And death, when death shall be my fate, 
Shall join my soul to Thee. Amen. 



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Lord, pour Thy Spirit from on high. 

"Let Thy priests be clothed with righteousness." 



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To teach the truth as taught by Thee, 
Saviour, like stars in Thy right hand 
Let all Thy Church's pastors be. 

3 Wisdom, and zeal, and love impart, 

Firmness and meekness from above, 
To bear Thy people in their heart, 
And love the souls whom Thou dost love; 



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By day and night their guard to keep, 
To warn the sinner, form the saint, 
To feed Thy lambs, and tend Thy sheep. 

5 So, when their work is finish'd here, 

They may in hope t- eir charge resign; 
So, when their Master shall appear, 
They may with crowns of glory shine. 

Amen, 



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Their best acquirem* nts are our gain; 
We share th< blessings they obtain. 

3 Clothe, then, with energy divine 
Th< ir « orda and lei those words be Thin- ; 
To them Thy sacred truth reveal, 
Suppress their fear, inflame their zeaL 

6 Lm t sinnerB br< as their massy chains, 
Distressed seals forget their pains; 
Let light through distant realms be spread, 

And Son rear her drooping head. Amin. 



•i Teach them to sow the precious 

Teach them Thy chosen flock to fi ed; 
Teach them immortal souls to 1 

Souls that will well reward their l;alli. 

thronging multitudes around 
from their lips the joyful sound; 
In humble fc trains Thy grace implore, 
And feel thy new-creating power. 



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Drink, Sion's sons and daughters, 

Drink and nnd salvation here. 



3 O that we, Thy truth confessing, 
And Thy holy word possessing, 

Jesus, may Thy love adore; 
Unto Thee cur voices raising, 
Thee with all Thy ransomed praising, 
Ever and for evermore. Amen. 



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And let your heaven-taught conduct show 
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4. Freely from Me yo have received, 
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Thus shall your doctrines bo believed, 

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2 Visit our minds, into our hearts 

Thy heavenly grace inspire; 
That truth and' godliness we may 
Pursue with full desire. 

3 Thou in Thy gifts art manifold, 

By them Christ's Church ooth stand: 
In faithful hearts Thou writ'st Thy law, 
The finger of God's hand. 

4 According to Thy promise, Lord, 

Thou givest speech with grace; 
That, through Thy help, God's praises may 
Resound in every place. 

5 Holy Ghost, into our minds 

Send down Thy heavenly light : 
Kindle our hearts with fervent zeal, 
To serve God day and night 

6 Of strife and of dissension 

Dissolve, Lord, the bands, 
And knit the knots of peace and love 
Throughout all Christian lands. 

7 Grant us the grace that we may know 

The Father of all might, 

That we of His beloved >>>n 
May gain the blissful siirht; 

8 And that we may with perfect faith 

Ever acknowledge Thee, 
The .Spirit of Father and of Son, 
One God in Persons Three. Amen. 






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iLamng of a tfornrr Sbione. 
This stone to Thee in faith we lay, 

■' ■ opened toward thit houtt night and day." 



Btone to Thee in faith we lay; 
We build the temple, Lor I. LoThi 
Thi] pen nignl and day 

ml t!us house and i anctuary. 

2 Here, when Thy people ae tkThy fi 

And dying sinners pray to U 
Bear Thou in heaven, Thy dw< llii 
And when Thou nearest o forgive. 

3 Here, when Thy m< proclaim 

The bli ; of Thy Son. 

Still by the power ol His greal Name 
Be mighty signs and wonders done. 



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inna ! to their heavenly King, 
Winn children's voic< 8 raise that 
1 1 aiiia ! let their 8 [l°ng> 

And heaven with earth the strain pro- 

.". i;ut will, indeed. Jehovah deign 
H re to abide, no transient guest? 
II. re will the world's Redeemer reign? 
And here the Holy ."-pint rest.-' 
6 That glory n< ver !. ace dei art: 

Yet choose not, Lord, this house alone: 
Thy kingdom come to every lit art, 

In every bosom lix Thy throne. Amen. 



O Lord of Hosts, Whose glory fills. 

Tin' glory of Lebanon shaM come unto Thee, the fir-tree, the pine-tree, and the 
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■ way into His gate* with thanksgiving, and Into His courts with praite." 



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Thence to His courts devoutly press; 
And still your grateful hymns repeat, 
And still His Name with praises bless. 

4 For He's the Lord, supremely good, 
His mercy is for ever sure: 
His truth, which always firmly stood, 
To endless ages shall endure. Amen. 



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In which Thine honour dwells. Ameh. 



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And shall be evermore : 

Let all I Iks Name adore 
In earth and heaven 



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Thou holy city of our God, 

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I >- riy Loved of God on high, 

Tn exultant jubilation 
Pours perpetual melody; 

(t k1 the < Mi" in 'I'lucc adoring 

In g] i I liyi:i.i ; eternally. 

To this temple, when we call Tl 

me, 1 1 Lord ot hosts, to-day: 
With Tbv wonted loving-kindness, 
H :r Thy servants as they pray; 
tad Thy fullest benediction 

Shed within its walls alway. 



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What they ask of The* to gain, 
What they gain from Thee for ever 

With the bless&d to retain, 
And hereafter in Thy glory 

Evermore with Thee to reign. 

Praise and honour to the Father, 
Praise and honour to the Son. 

Praise and honour to the Spirit, 
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And only man is vile: 
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The -ifts of God are Rtr wn; 
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'l'h. ■ joyful sound proclaim, 

Till each remotes! nation 
H.is learnt Messiah's Name. 

•1 Waft, waft, ye winds. His story, 
And you, ye waters, roll. 

Till, like B sea of glory, 

It ann ads from p< v to pole: 

Till oer onr ransor d nature 
I Lamo tor smn. rs slain, 

In blisa return* to reign. Amkh. 

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2 To Him shall endless prayer be made, 
And praises throng to crown His head; 
His Name like sweet perfume shall rise 
With every morning sacrific. 

3 People and realms of every tongue 
Dw -11 on His love with sweetest song; 
And infant voices shall proclaim 
Their early blessings on His Name. 



4 Blessings abound w r here'er He reigns; 
The prisoner leaps to burst his chains, 
The weary find eternal rest, 

And all the sons of w r ant are blest. 

5 Let every creature rise and bring 
Peculiar honours to our King; 
Angels descend with songs again, 

And earth repeat the loud Amen. Amen. 




To bless Thy chosen race. 

" That Thy way may }>■' known upon earth." 



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While distant lands their tribute pay, 
And Thy salvation own. 

3 O let them shout and sii 

With joy and pions mirth; 
For Thou, the righteous Jndge /nd King, 
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4 Let differing nations join 

To celebrate Thy fame; 
Let all the world, Lord, combine 
To praise Thy glorious Name. 

5 Then God upon ooz land 

Sliall constant blessings Rhower; 

And nil the world in awe shall stand 

Of H r i loss power, Amzn. 



JWtesiona antj iCIjartties. 

On Sion and on Lebanon. 

" They shall see the glory of (he Lord." 



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And empires now behold its day; 

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'A Its bright rt splendours, darting west, 

Our happy shores illume ; 
Our farther regions, once unblest, 

Now like a garden bloom. 
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Dispel their dreary night. 
5 Thou, Who didst lighten Sion's hill, 
On Carmel "Who didst shine, 
Oar deserts 1 t Thy glory fill, 
Thy excellence divine. 
G Like Lebanon, in towering pride, 
May all our forests smile; 
Aud may our borders blossom wide 
Like Sharon's fruitful soil. Amen. 



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I am Jehovah, God alone : 

Thy voice their idols shall confound, 
And cast their altars to the ground. 

3 Let Sion's time of favour come; 

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And let our wondering eyes behold 
Gentiles and Jews in Jesus' fold. 
4 Almighty God, Thy grace proclaim 
In every clime, of every name; 
Let adverse powers before Thee fall, 
And crown the Saviour Lord of all. Amen. 



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Grant them, Lord, Thy glorious tight, 
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May the morning chase the night: 

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Freely purchased, win the day. 



3 Fly abroad, eternal Gospel, 

Win and conquer, never cease: 
May thy lasting wide- dominions 
Multiply, and still increase: 

May thy sceptre 
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And truth eternal is Thy word: 
Thy praise shall sound from shore to shore, 
Till suns shall rise and set no more. Amen. 

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Bid raging winds their ftiry erase, 

And '"aim the savage l>r ast to peace. 
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Remove and pass away, 
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Before the blaze of day. 

3 Let all that now unite* us 

More sweet and Listing prove, 
A closer bond of union, 
In a blest laud of love . 



Let war be learn'd no longer, 
Let strife and tumult cea«e, 

All earth I lis blessed kingdom, 
The Lord and Prince of Peace. 

•t O long-expected dawning, 

Come with thy cheering ray! 
When sii i tting bright* n, 

The shadows fli e ai 
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Let strife and tumult cease. 

All earth His hlrssed kingdom. 
The L<>rd and Prince of Peace. 

1 Ion--. IJX cted dawning. 

Cninr with thy chei ring ray : 

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Th. shadows fl< e . way? 
swe< t antioipation ! 

It eh< en th< wat< hers on, 
To pray, and hope, and labour, 

Till the dark night he gone. Amen. 



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01 His love so deep and d. ar; 
Of the precious price that bought them; 
Of th nail, the thorn, the spear- 

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^uide them from th*ir darkness drear. 

3 Haste, haste, and spread the tidings 

Wide to earth's remotest strand; 
i<et uo brother's bitter chidings 
. t u-> when we stand 
In the judgment, 
From some far, forgotten land. 



4 Lo ! the hills for harvest whiten, 
All along each distant shore; 
Seaward far the islands brighten, 
Light of nations ! lead us o'en 

When we seek them, 
Let Thy Spirit-go before. 

GLORIA PATRI. 

•J ibat Jehovah ! we adore Thco, 
God the Father, God the 8o»v 

God the Spirit, joiu'd iu glory, 
On the same eternal throne ; 

Endless praiLes 
To Jehovah, Three in One. Amu 



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When, Lord, to this our western land. 

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To regions solitary yet 

Within our spreading laud: 
Th< r . bn tbren, from our common home, 
Still westward, like our lathers, roam; 
nidi .1 bj Thy hand. 



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The des rl features » on were lost-, 

Thy i mples there aro. e; 
Our snores, a> onltore made them fair. 
Were hallowed by Thy rites, by prayer, 
And blossomed as tin r 

4 Saviour, we own this d b1 ol love: 
o shed Thy Spirit from al 

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Till heralds shall Thy truth proclaim, 
And temples ris to ax Thy Name, 
Throngh all our deser{ west A>™. 

Disown'd of heaven, by man oppress'd 

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Back to Thy fold the wanderers bring; 
Teach them to seek Thy slighted grace, 

And hail in Christ their promised King 

3 The veil of darkness rend in twain, 

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Firm to its parent-stock unite. 



4 Hail, glorious day, expected long! 

When Jew and Greek one prayer shall pour, 
With eager feet one temple throng, 
With grateful praise one God adore. 

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^>-x ^ High on the bending willows hung. 

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2 Awake ! thy loudest raptures raise; 

Let harp and voice unite their strains; 
Thy promised King His sceptre sways; 
Behold, thy own Messiah reigns. 

3 By foreign streams no longer roam, 

And. weeping, think on Jordan's flood ; 
In every clime b< hold a home. 
In every temple see thy God. 



No taunting foes the song require; 

No strangers mock thy captive chain; 
Thy friends provoke the silent lyre, 

And brethren ask t In holy strain. 
Then why, on bending willows hung, 

Israel, still Bleeps tin- tunefnl string? 
Why mute remains the sull< n tongue, 

And Sion's song delays to sing ? Amzh. 



jttissions ant) iCijaritus. 
Fountain of good, to own Thy love. 



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For while we minister to them, 
We do it. Lord, to Thee. Amen. 



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Thy pleading voice is heard; 
In them Thou may'st be clothed and fed: 
And visited, and cheer'd. 



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"Lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven." 

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Aboundu i pay. Amen. 



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ftttssions antr tfijarttics. 

Sow in the morn thy seed. 

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•1 Thou canst not toil in vain ; 

Cold, heat, and moist and dry, 

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For garners in the sky. Amen. 

We give Thee but Thine own. 

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And homes are bare and cold, 
And lambs for whom the Shepherd bled, 
Art- straying from the fold. 

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Is angels' work below. 
5 The captivr to release, 

To God the lost to bring, 
To teach the way of life and peace, 
It is a Christ-like thing. 
8 And we believe Thy word, 

Though dim our faith may be; 
Whate'er for Thin*- we <1<>. Lord, 
W do it unto Thee. Amen. 



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3 For Gtod the Lord, enthroned in state, 
I- viih nnrivall'd glory great; 
The depths of earth :ir^ in His hand, 
Her secret wealth at His command. 



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And bow with adoration I 
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2 All the blessings of the fields, 
All the stores the garden yields, 
Flocks that whiten all the plain, 
Yellow sheaves ofripen'd grain: 
Lord, for these our souls 1 hall raise 
Grateful vows and solemn praise. 

J Clouds that drop their fattening dews, 
Suns that genial warmth diffuse, 
All the plenty summer pours 
Autumn's rich, o'erflowing stores: 
Lord, lor these our souls shall raise 
Grateful vows and Bolemn praise. 



4 Peace, prosperity, and health, 
Private bliss and public wealth, 
Knowledge, with its gladdening streams 
Pure religion's holier beams: 
Lord, for these our souls shall raise 
Grateful vow and solemn praise. 

OLOHIA PATHI. 

PRA.i9Ethe Name of God most high, 
Praise Him all below the sky, 
Praise Him, all re heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; 
As through countless ages past, 
Evermore His praise shall last Aum*. 



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"With ever joyful hearts 
And blessed peace to cheer us; 
And keep us in His grace, 

And guide us when perplex'd, 
And free us from all ills 
In this world and the next. 



3 All praise and thanks to God 
The Father now be given, 

The Son and Him Who reigns 
With them in highest heaven, 
The One eternal God, 

Whom earth and heaven adore, 
For thus it was, is now, 

And shall be evermore. Amen. 



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Propitious to His people*! pr Still Bared by Tbine Almighty hand, 

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001 Saviour and our King. Amen. 



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•• Who givethjbod to allfleth: for His mercy endurethjbr ever." 



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Day by day his course to run; 

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Ever faithful, ever sure: 

3 And the silver moon by night, 
Shining with her gentle light; 

For His mercies still endure, 
Ever t Yithful, ever - 

4 Praise Him that He gave the rain 
To mature the RweUmg grain; 

For His mercies still endure, 
Ever faithful, ev^r sure: 

8 Glory to our bounteous King! 
Gl ry let creation sing ! 
Glory to the Father. Son, 
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5 And hath bid the fruitful field 
Crops of precious increase yield; 

For His mercies still endure, 
Ever faithful, ever sure. 

6 Praise Him for our harvest-store, 
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First the blade, and then the ear, 
Then the full corn shall appear: 
Lord of harvest, grant that we 
Wholesome grain and pure may be. 



4 Even so, Lord, quickly come 
To Thy final Harvest-home: 
Gather Thou Thy people in, 
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Holv Son, Whocam'st to dw2ll, 
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Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove. 
God of comfort, peace and lore ; 
Evermore be Thou adored, 
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May well Thy love doolare, 
F»om foos and fears at rest, 
Protected by Thy care. 
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Thy sin deplore, 

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Since golden peace, Lord, 

Thou gran test us to see, 
Our land, with one accord, 
Lord God, gives thanks to Thee ! 

3 Lord God, we worship Thee ! 
Thou didst indeed chastise us, 

Yet still Thy anger spares, 
And still Thy ru» rey tries us: 
Once more our Father's hand 

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And peace rejoice our land: 
Lord God, we worship Thee! Amzk. 



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Hear us, fasting, praying, mourning 
Hear us, spare us, and defend. 

4 Let that love veil our transgression, 

Let that blood our guilt efface: 

Save Thy people from oppression, 

Save from spoil Thy holy place. Amen. 



3 Though our sins our hearts confounding, 
Long and loud for vengeance call, 
Thou hast mercy more abounding, 
Jesus' blood can cleanse from all. 



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Thy dreadful i ower display; 
V. t mercy spares our guilty land, 
And still we live to pray. 

3 How changed, alts ! are truths divine 

For error, guilt and shame ! 
What impious numbers, bold In sin. 
Disgrace the Christian name I 



•1 O turn US, turn us, mighty Lord ! 
ConTi it u i by Thy grace; 
Than shall our hearts obey Thy word, 
And . Thy face. 

6 Then, should oppressing foes invade. 
We v>ill not yield to tear, 
Secure of all-sufficient aid, 

When Thou, God, art near. Amen. 






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Remember not our sin's dark stain; 

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3 Whom shall we trust, but Thee, O Lord ? 

Where rest but on Thy faithful word? 



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Give peace, God, give peace again. 
4 Where saints and angels dwell above, 
All hearts are knit in holy love; 
O bind us in that heavenly chain, 
Give peace, O God, give peace again. 

Amen. 



Now may the God of grace and power. 

God be merciful unto us and bless us, and show us the light of His countenance. 



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Our troops shall lift their banners up, 
Our navies spread their fla^s abroad. 

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Fmin Thee, the Lord of heavenly hoetfc 

4 Then save us. Lord, from slavish fear, 
And let our trust be firm and Btroi 
Till Thy solvation shall appear, 

And hyinns of peace conclude our song. 

Amen. 



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2 When to heaven's great and glorious Bang 
My morning sacrifice I bring, 

And, mourning oer my guilt and shame. 
Ask mercy in my Saviours Name, 
Then, Jesus, sprinkle with Thy blood. 
And be my Advocate with God. 

Si i"v day Thy im-rey spares 

Will bring its trials and its cares, 

Saviour, till my life snail end, 
Be Thon my counsi Uor and friend: 

b Jin- Thy ].n c.pts, all divine, 

And be Thy gn il i cample mine, 
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( >r 1 inguor settles at the heart; 
When on my bed, disnsnnd. opprest, 

1 turn and sigh, and long for i 



Should poverty's consuming blow 

Lay all my worldly comfi rts low; 
And neith< r lu lp nor hope appear, 
My Bteps to guide, my heart to cheer; 
Lord, pity and supply my net d. 
For Thou on earth vast poor indeed. 
Should Providence i rofusely pour 
Its various ble sings on my store; 
o keep me from the ills that wait 
On such r •'■ ming prosperous state: 
Prom hurtful passions set me free, 
And humbly may I walk with Thee. 
When - neb i y's scenes and labours clos* 
And weari( d nature seeks repose, 
With pardoning mercy richly blest, 
Guard me, my Saviour, while I rest; 
And as • ach morning sun shall rise, 
( I Lead me onward to the skies. 






I Physician, see my grief, 

And grant Thy servant sweet relief. 

8 And at my life's U I sun, 

My conflicts o'er, my labours dom . 
J( -us. Thine heavi uly radiance shed. 

To che<T and bless my d vim,' bed; 

And from death's gloom my spirit i 

To see Thy bee and sing '1 h\ \mi:n. 



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We pour united prayers; 
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Our comforts and our cares. 
^! We share our mutual woes, 
Our mutual burdens bear; 
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Not like the world's, our pain; 
But one in Christ, and one in heart, 
We part to meet again. 

5 From sorrow, toil and pain, 

And sin, we shall be free; 
And perfect lov - and friendship reign 
Throughout eternity. Amen. 



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i At home, abroad, in peace, in war, 
Thy God thai! thee defend; 
Conduct thee through life's pilgrio 
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Ten thousand saints adore 
Christ, with the Father One, 
And Spirit, evermore. 

o joy all joj - beyond, 
To - • t: -• Lamb Who died, 

And count each Baored wound 
In handfl and feet and side; 
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( >f every triumph v OH, 

And sing through endl< ^s days 

The great things He hath done. 



4 Look up, ye saints of God, 

Nor fear to tread below 
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O !: !y toil Mid woe; 
Wail but d little while 

In uncomplaining love, 
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Shall welcome you above. 

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To Father and to Son, 

Ami, Hoh (ihost,to Thee, 
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Eternal glory be ; 
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Anil shall be evermore : 
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In all my works Thy presence find, 
And prove Thy good and perfect will. 

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And labour on at Thy command, 
And offer all my works to Thee. 



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4 Give me to bear Thy easy yoke, 

And every moment watch and pray; 
And still to things eternal look, 
And hasten to Thy glorious day. 

5 Fain would I still for Thee employ [given, 

Whate'er Thy bounteous grace hath 
Would run my course with even joy, 
And closely walk with Thee to heaven. 

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That view of glorious power restore, 

"Which Thy maj< stic house displays: 
Becanse t wondrous love 

Than life itself docs dearer prove, 

My lips .-.hall always speak Thy praise. 

3 My life, while I that life enjny, 
In blessing God I will employ, 

With lifted hands adore His Name: 
As with i - boieei t food supplied, 

My soul shall be full satisfied, 

"While I with joy His praise proclaim. | 



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Thou, Lord, art present to my mind, 

: dead of night, 

Bee »ur bring, 

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OLoaiA piru. 

To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 

The God Whom heaven'B triumphant host 

Ami suffering saints on earth adors. 
Be glory ao in age* paat. 
As now it b and so 8 hall laat, 

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Up to the hills I lift mine eyes. 

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That built the world, that spread the flood; His morning smiles bless all the day: 
The heavens with all their hosts He made, He spreads the evening veil, and keeps 
And the dark regions of the dead. The silent hours while Israel sleeps. 

4 Israel, a name divinely blest. 
May rise secure, securely rest; 
Thy holy Guardian's wakeful eyes 
Admit no slumber nor surprise. Amen. 



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A.llow do respite to oor toil, 
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lie 00 His saints bestows; 
He crowns their labours with success, 
Their nigh*" with safe repose. Amem. 



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Who heals the heart He breaks: 
Perfect and true are all His ways, 
Whom heaven adores and death obeys. Amen. 



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2 Thou spread'st the curtain of the night, 3 I yield my powers to Thy command, 



Great Guardian of my sleeping hours ; 

Thy sovereign word restores the light, 

And quickens all my drowsy powers. 



To Thee I consecrate my days; 
Perpetual blessings from Thy hand 
Demand perpetual songs of praise. Amen. 



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Thee, victor of the crave and In 11, 
Thee, source of life's eternal morn. 



8 When noon her throne in light arrays. 
To Thee my son] triumphant springs; 

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Thee, Lord of lords and King of kings. 
4 0\ r earth, when shl Ding steal, 

To death and T B0 my thoughts I Rive; 
To death, W&046 DOWt r 1 BOOn must f I ■> 1, 
To Thee, with Whom I trust to live. Amen. 



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God of our fathers, bv Whose hand. 



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Our wandering footsteps guide; 
Give us each day our daily bread, 
And raiment fit provide. 

3 O spread Thy sheltering wings around. 

Till all our wanderings cease, 



And at our Father's loved abode 
Our souls arrive in peace. 
4 Such blessings from Thy gracious hand 
Our humble prayers implore; 
And Thou, the Lord, shalt be our God, 
And portion evermore. Amen. 



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"Boast not thyself of to-morrov: ." 



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O be it still pursued, 
Lest, slighted once, the season fair 
Should never be renew'd. 
o To Jesus may wo fly, 

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Bat may each swiftly-flying hour 
iSt-ill nearer bring my soul to Thee. 

3 But can it be ? That power divine 

Is throned in light's unbounded blaze; 
And countless worlds and angels join 
To swell the glorious song of praise. 



And will He deign to lend an ear, 

When I, poor sinful mortal, pray? 
Yes, boundless goodness ! He will hear, 

Nor cast the meanest wretch away. 
Then let me serve Thee all my days, 

And may mv zeal with years incr< I 
For pleasant, Lord, are all Thy ways, 

And all Thy paths are paths of peace. 

Amen. 



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bloom to di n \ ourselves: a road 
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But that He may ever thwart thee, 
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4 Think that He thy ways beholdeth, 
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5 Mayest thou on life's last morrow 
Free from sorrow, 

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And released from death's dark sadness, 
Rise in gladness, 

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6 Only God's free gifts abuse not, 
Light refuse not, 

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Thou with Him shalt dwell, beholding 
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7 Glory, honour, exaltation, 
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To the Father, Son, and Spirit 
Laud and merit, 

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Glad my eyes and warm my heart 



3 Visit then this soul of mine ; 

Pierce the gloom of sin and griei, 
Fill me, radiancy divine; 
Scatter all my unbelief; 
jlore and more Thyself display. 
Shining to the perfect day, 



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Praise the Name of God most high, 
Praise Him, all below the sky, 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Son, and Holy Ghost; 
As through countlesa ages past, 
Evermore His praise shall last Amen. 



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Awake, my soul, and with the sun. 

"/ myttSf win awake right early." 




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Live this day as if 'twere tny last; 
To improve thy talents take due care ; 
'Gainst the great day thyself prepare. 

1 Let all thy converse be sincere, 
Thy conscience as the noon-day clear ; 
Think how the all-seeing God, thy ways 
And all thy secret thoughts surveys. 

4 Wake, and lift up thyself, my heart, 
And with the angels bear thy part ; 
Who all night long unwearied sing, 
" Glory to Thee, eternal King." 

• I wake, I wake, ye heavenly choir : 
May your devotion me inspire ; 
That I like you my age may spend, 
Like you may on my God attend. 



6 Glory to Thee, Who safe hast kept, 
And hast refresh' d me while I slept: 
Grant, Lord, when I from death shall wake 
I may of endle&s life partake. 

7 Lord, I my vows to Thee renew ; 
Scatter my sins as morning dew ; 
Guard my first springs of thought sad wtt 
And with Thyself my spirit fUL 

8 Direct, control, suggest this day 
All I design, or do, or say, 

That all my power*, with all their naif at, 
In Thy sole glory may unite. 

Praise God, from Whom all blessings flow, 
Praise Him, all creatures here below ; 
Praise II im above, angelic host : 
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost 



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The ills that I this day have done; 
That with the world, myself, and Thee, 
I, ere I sleep, at peace niay be. 

\ Teach me t > live, that I may dread 
The grave as little as my bed; 
Teach me to die that so Traay 
Triumphiug rise at the last day. 



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And with sweet sleep mine eyelids close: 
Sleep, that may mo more vigorous make 
To serve my God, when I awake. 

5 When in the night I sleepless lie, 

My soul with heavenly thoughts supply: 
Let no ill dreams disturb my rest, 
No powers of darkness me molest. 



6 O when shall I, in endless day, 
For ever chase dark sleep away, 
And hymns divine with angels sing, 
Glory to Thee, eternal King. Amen. 



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Secure from all our fears; 
May angels guard us while we sleep, 
Till morning light appears. Amen. 

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E irth's joys grow dim, its glories pass away, 
Change and decay in all around I see; 

Thou Who cl angest not, abide with me. 

3 I need Thy presence every passing hour; 

What but Tiiy grace can foil the t< mpter's power? 
Who, like Thyself, my guide and >tay can be? 
Through cloud and sunshine, Lord, abide with me. 

4 I fear no foe, with Thee at hand to bless: 
His have no weight, and tears no bitterness. 
Where is death's sting? where, grave, thy victory? 

1 triumph still, if Tbou abide with me. 

5 Hold Thou Thy Cross before my closing eyes; 
Shine through th^ gloom, and point me tO the skies; 
Heaven's morning breaks, and earth's vain shadows flee; 
In life, in death, O Lord, abide with me. Amen. 



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2 Whe i the soft dews of kindly deep 
My wearied eyelids gently steep, 
Be my last thought, how sweet to rest 
For eve.- on my Saviour's breast. 

3 Abide with mo from morn till eve, 
For without Thee I cannot live; 
Abide with me when night is nigh, 
For without Thee I dare not die. Like infant slumbers, pure and light. 

6 Come near and biess us when we wuke, 
Ere through the world our way we take, 
Till in the ocean of Thy love 
We lose ourselves in heaven above. Amen. 



4 If some poor wandering child of Thine 
Have spurn'd to-day the voice divine, 
Now. Lord, the gracious work begin; 
Let him no more lie down in sin. 

~> Watch by the sick; enrich the poor 
With blessings from Thy boundless store; 
Be every mourner's sleep to-night, 
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Before Thy mercy rise; 

4 The brightness of the coming night 

Upon flic darkness rolls; 
With hopes of future glory chase 
The shadows on our souls. 



5 Slowly the rays of daylight fade; 
So fade within our heart 

The hopes in earthly love and joy, 
That one by one depart ; 

6 Slowly the bright stars, one by one, 
Within the heavens shine:- - 

Give us, O Lord, fresh hopes in heaven, 
And trust in things divine. 

7 Let peace. O Lord ! Thy peace, O Gcd ! 

Upon our soals descend, 
From midnight fears, and perils, Thou 
Our trembling hearts defend: 

8 Give us a respite from our toil, 

Calm and subdue our woes; 
Through the long day we suffer, Lord, 
O give us now repose ! Amen. 



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(Stoning. 

Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go. 

" Tlir Lard it m;/ light." 



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O gentle Jesus, he our light. 



•4 Labour is Bweet, for Thou hast toil'd; 
And care is light, for Thou hast cared; 
Aii ! never lei our works be soil'd 

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o It Thy mercy make us glad; 

Thou ari our Jesus, and our all. 
Through life's long day and death's dwrk 

night, 
O gentle Jesus, be our light 

night is < ome; 



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Through night anddarki • near us be; 

and we i r one daj a< arer Th< e. 
Tin- ud death's dark night, 

li It. Ami.s. 



339 



(ffbcntna. 

Inspirer and Hearer of prayer. 

"Darkness and light Co That <ir>- both alike." 



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8 A sovereign protector I have 
Unseen, vet for ever at hand ; 
Unchangeably faithful to save, 
Almighty to rule and command. 



4 His smiles and His comforts abound, 

His grace, as the dew, shall descend, 
And walls of salvation surround 
The soul lie delights to defend. 

5 All praise to the Father, the Son, 

And Spirit, thrice holy and bless'd, 
Th' eternal, supreme Three in One, 
Was, is, and shall still be address'd Amen. 



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The day is past and over. 

" Thou, Iyord, only makeat me dwell in safety." 



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I lift my heart to Thee; 
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The honza of gloom may be. 

OJe»u», make their darkm M light) 

And save in.- through the coming night ! 

5 The toils of day are over; 

I raise the hymn to Thee, 

And ask that En 6 from peril 

The hoars of fear may be: 
O Jesus, keep me in Thy sight. 
And guard me through the ooming night 



4 Lighten mine eyes, Saviour, 

Or sleep in death shall I, 
And ho, my wakeful tempter, 
Triumphantly shall cry 
" Against him I have now prevailed: 
Bejoice ! the child of God has failed." 

5 Be Thou my soul's Preserver, 

O God ! for Thou dost know 
How many are the perils 

Through which T have to go. 
O loving Jesus, hear tuy call, 
And guard and save me from them all! 

Ahsv. 



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Through the day Thy love has spared us. 



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Sate in Thy care may 1 repose. 
And wake with prais< a to Thy Name. 

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Do not Thou, our Lord, forsake us, 
But to reign in glory take us 

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The sun is sinking fast. 

Whether we wake or steep, we should live together with Him." 




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His head inclined, 
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His parting soul resign'd: 

3 So now herself my soul 

Would wholly give 
Into His sacred charge. 
In Whom all spirits live; 

4 So now beneath His eye 

Would calmly rest, 
Without a wish or thought 
Abiding in the breast ; 



5 Save that His will be done, 

Whate'er betide; 
Dead to herself, and dead 
In Him to all beside. 

6 Thus would I live : yet now 

Not I, but He, 
In all His power and love, 
Henceforth alive in me. 

7 One Sacred Trinity, 

One Lord Divine, 
May I be ever His, 

And He for ever mine. Amen. 



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2 Around Thy throne on high 

Where night can never be, 
The white-robed harpers of the sky 
Bring eeaseless songs to Thee. 

3 Too faint our anthems here ; 

Too soon of praise we tire; 
But oh! the strains how full and clear 
Of that eternal choir. 



4 Yet, Lord, to Thy dear will 

If Thou attune the heart, 
We in Thine angels' music still 
May bear our lower part. 

5 'Tis Thine each soul to calm, 

Each wayward thought reclaim, 
And make our daily life a psalm 
Of glory to Thy Name. 



6 Shine Thou within us, then, 
A day that knows no end, 
Till songs of angels and of men 

In perfect praise shall blend. Amen. 



347 



Now from the altar of our hearts. 

" / tell of Thy truth in the night season." 



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Welcome each closing year. 

3 Not many years their course shall run, 

Not many mornings rise. 
Ere all its glories stand reveal'd 
To our transported eyes. Amen, 



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Onward to darkness and to death we tend: 

O Conqueror of the grave, be Thou our guide. 
Be Thou our light m death's dark eventide; 
Then in our mortal hour will be no gloom, 
No bting in death, no terror in the tomb. 

3 Thou, "Who in darkness walking didst appear 
Upon the waves, and Thy disciples cheer, 

Come, Lord, in lonesome days, when storms assail, 
And earthly hopes and human succours fail: 
When all is dark may we behold Thee nigh, 
And hear Thy voice — "Fear not, for it is L" 

4 The weary world is mouldering to decay, 
Its glories wane its pag< ants fate away; 
In that last mi: tars shall fall 
May we arise awaken'-l by Thy call 

With Thee, O Lord. (at ( bide 

In that blest day which has no eventide. Amen, 



<$bening. 

Safely through another week. 

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Through the week «mr praise demand 
Guarded by almighty power, 

l'. l and guided by His hand: 
Though ongrati ful we have been, 
And repaying love with sin. 

n While we pray for pardoning grace, 
Through the dear Etedi ■< mar's Name, 
Show Thy reconciled Ea 

away onr Bin and ahame; 

M.i\ w( real thisnighl with Thee. 



i When the morn shall bid ns riso. 

May we feci Thy presence near; 
May Thy glory meet our « 

When we in Thy house appear: 
There afford ns. Lord, a t 
( »t onr everlasting (east 

E May Thy Gospel'* joyful Bound 
Conquer sinners, comfort saints; 
Blake the tVi-i abound, 

I r l r for all complaints; 
Buofa the t we live. 

Till we join the Church above. Amen. 



iPbrning. 

/% p- y Lord, when this holy morning broke. 



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Thy far-spr ad laud - ly a -woke, All round the world, the feast to keep. Amen. 




2 From east to west the sun surveyed, 

From north to south, adoring throng: •, 
And still where evening stretched htr 
shade, [sorg . 

And stars came forth, were h «rd their 

4 The poor in spir't Thoa ast fed, 

Thy chastened ones have kissed the rod, 
The mourner Thou hast comforted, 
The pure in heart have seen their God. Amen. 



3 And not a prayer, a tear, a sigh, 

Hath failed this day some suit to 
gain; 
To hearts in trouble Thou wast nigh, 
Nor one hath sought Thy face in vain. 



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Bless i! •' friends 1 ell; 

Take as all at laai to h aven, 
Happy then with Thee to dwell Amxn. 



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The winged herald of the day. 



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I myself will awake right early." 

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Who sick, or wrapp'd in slumber, lies: 
•'Be chaste, and, living soberly, 
"Watch ye, for I the Lord am nigh." 



3 With earnest cry, with tearful care, 
Call we the Lord to hear our prayer; 
"While supplication, pure and deep, 
Forbids each chastened heart to sleep. 



4 Father, that we ask be . 

Through Jesus Christ. Thine only Son; 
Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, 
Shall live and reign eternally. Amen. 



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Day o'er the earth Is gliding bright; 

m'> sparkling r;iys th< IT OOOT84 I 
i wi 11 to darkness and to sin! 



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Which we with trembling hone await. 
With ble&s&d light for as shall glow, 
Who chani ill wo] rut b. low. 



h i vil dream of night, depart, I < > Father, th it we ask be done, 
Each thought of guilt, forsake the 1 ough Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; 

.. ■!■;. llltlmt darkness brought Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, 

.;h its shade, now oome to naught ! Shall liye and h ign eternally. Amis. 



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357 



Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son. 

THIRD HOUR. 
" It is but the third hour of the day." L. JVl 

1 Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son, 
And God the Father, ever One; 

Shed forth Thy grace within our breast, 
And dwell with us, a ready guest. 

2 By even- power, by heart and tongue, 
By act and deed, Thy praise be sung; 
Inflame with perfect love each sense, 
That others' souls may kindle thence. 

3 O Father, that we ask be done, 
Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; 
Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, 
Shall live and reign eternally. Amen. 



O God of truth, O Lord of might. 

SIXTH HOUR. 
" At noonday will I pray." L. M. 

1 O God of truth, O Lord of might, 
Who, ordering time and change aright, 
Sendest the early morning ray, 
Kindling the glow of perfect day, 

2 Extinguish Thou each sinful fire, 
And banish every ill desire : 
And, keeping all the body whole, 
Shed forth Thy peace upon the souL 

3 Father, that we a^k be done, 
Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; 
Who, with the Holy Ghost and Thee, 
Shall live and reign eternally. Amen. 



O God ! creation's secret force. 

NINTH HOUR. 
" Hie hour of prayer being the ninth hour," L. M. 

1 O God! creation's secret force, 
Thyself unmoved, all motion's source, 
Who, from the morn till evening's ray, 
Through all its changes guid'st the day, 

2 Grant us, when this short life is past, 
The glorious evening that shall last; 
That, by a holy death attained, 
Eternal glory may be gained. 

3 Father, that we ask be done, 
Through Jesus Christ, Thine only Son; 
Who. with the Holy Ghost and Thee, 
Shall live and reign eternally. Amen. 



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As now the sun's declining rays. 

BUNBET. 

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2 Lord, on the Cross Thine arms were 
To draw Thy people nigh; [stieteh'd, 
grant us then that dross to love. 
And in Tho.se arms to die. 



3 To God the Father. God the Son, 
And God the Holy Ghost, 
All glory be from saints on earth, 
And from the angel host Amen. 



Before the ending of the day. 

NIGHT WATCH. 
" Thou sltalt not be afra.id.for any terror by night." 



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Prom t are and terrora of the night; Through Ji u- Christ, Thine only Son; 

Withhold from us our ■. ' obUj ^ vl " • with the Holy Gh si 
That spot of sin we maj ool ki reign eten a ly. \ 



360. 



VII,. -Till'; HOLY SCRIPTURES. 

Father of mercies ! in Thv word. 



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2 Here the Redeemer's welcome voice 

Spreads heavenly peace around; 
And life and everlasting joys 
Attend the blissful sound*. 

3 may these heavenly pages be 

My ever dear delight; 



And still new beauties may I see, 

And still increasing light. 
4 Divine Instructor, gracious Lord, 

Be Thou for ever near; 
Teach me to love Thy sacred word, 

And view my Saviour there. Amen. 



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" O Lord, how manifold art Thy works." 

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I The rolling sun. the changing light. 

And nights and days Thv power confess; 
But the blest volume Thou hast writ 
dfl Thy justice and Thy grace. 

nviv Thv praise 
Round the whole earth, and never stand: 
So when Thv troth bes 
It touched and gtei c ■<' 00 every land. 
4 Nor will Tl 

Till through the world Thy truth has run; 



I Till Christ has all the nations blest, 
That see the light, or fee; the ran. 
:> Great sun of Righteousness, arise; 

the «lark world with heavenly light; 
Thv Gospel nukes the simple 
Thy laws an- pun-. Thy judgments right. 
6 Thv DoMesI wooden here we view, 
In sonhl renewed and sins forgiven: 
Loni sins, my sonl renew, [amen. 

And make Thy word my guide to heaveu. 



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O Word of God Incarnate. 

Thy Word is a lamp unto my feet, and " light unto my paOi. 



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It is th< heaven-dr iwn picture 

OfOhrisI the living * ord 

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tod's liost unl'url'd; 
Tt Bhineth like a beacon 

AIioyc the darkling world; 
It ifl the char, and l OTOpMB 

Thai o'er life's surging sea, 
liid mists, and rocks, and quicksands, 

still guide, O Christ, to Thee. 



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God's perfect law converts the soul. 

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And bring sincere delight; 
His pure commands, in search of truth, 
Assist the feeblest sight. 

3 His perfect worship here is fix'd, 

On sure foundations laid; 
His equal laws are in the scales 
Of truth and justice weigh'd; 



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Or gold refined with skill; 
More sweet than honey, or the drops 
That from the comb distil. 

5 My trusty counsellors they are, 

And friendly warning give; 
Divine rewards attend on those 
Who by Thy precepts live. Amen. 



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It spread* diviner light; 

It calls dead sinners from their tombs, 
An blind their sight. 

3 My gracious God, how plain 

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Bui find tie path to heaven. 
4 I beat Tbj w< rd with love, 

And T would fain obey: 

\ Thv good Spirit from above. 
To guid T <tray. Avr-, 



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A glory gilds the sacred page. 

" T-'nj word is trnr from Oir beginning." 



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The gracious light and i eat: 
His truths upon the nations rise; 
They rise, but never set. 



3 Let everlasting thanks be Thine 
For such a bright display. 
As makes a world of darkness shine 
With beams of heavenly day. 



366. 



4 My soul rejoices to pursue 
The steps of Him I love, 
Till glory break upon my view 
In brighter worlds above. Amen. 

Thy word is to my feet a lamp. 

Thy word is a lantrrn unto my fret, and a light unto my paths. 



C. M. 



Thy word is to my feet a lamp, 

Thfl way of tmtb t<> show; 

A watch-light, to point out tin' path 
In which I ought to go. 

I've vow'd and from my covenant, Lord, 

Will in v»r start aside — 
That in Thy righteous judgim-ntH I 

Will steadfastly abide. 



3 Let still my sacrifice of praise 
With Thee acceptance find; 
and in Thy righteous judgments, Lord, 
distract my willing mind. 

I Tin testimonies I have made 
My Ik ritage and choice; 
Pot they, when other comforts fail, 
My drooping heart rejoice. 



5 My heart with early zeal begin 
Thy statutes to obey: 
And, till my course of life is done. 

Shall keep Thine upright way. Awe*. 



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Great God, with wonder and with praise. 

•' The invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being ^ ■»«• 
uiuierstooil by the things that are made." ^« ■!•"•• 




But still Thy wia-dom, power, and grace, Shine brightest in Thy Book. A-men. 



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'2 The stars that Id their courses roll, 
Have much iustructiou given; 
But Thy good won I informs my soul 
How I may soar to heaven. 

3 The fields provide me food, and show 

The goodness of the Lord: 
But fruits of life and glory grow 
In Thy most holy word. 

4 Here are my choicest treasures hid, 

Here my best comfort lies; 

Here my desires are satisfied, 

And here my hopes arise. 



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5 Lord, make me understand Thy law, 

Show what my faults have been; 
And from Thy Gospel let me draw 
Pardon for all my sin. 

6 Here would I learn how Christ has died 

To save my soul from hell; 
Not all the books on earth beside, 
Such heavenly wonders tell. 

7 Then let me love my Bible more, 

And take a fresh delight. 
By day to r2ad these wonders o'er, 
And meditate by night. Amen. 



q/^vQ Instruct me in Thy statutes, Lord 

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"Wilt graciously impart, 

To Id rlect laws I will 

L» vote my zealous heart 

3 Direct me in the Barrel ways 
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Because my chief delight has been 
Thy righteous paths to bead. 
4 Do Thou to Thy most just commands 
Inrline my willing heart; 

of worldly wealth 
From Tii.« my thoughts divert. Amw 



369. 



IStrtmnpttott. 

IX.-REDEMPTIOK 
Salvation JO the joyful sound. 

• My heart thali vjoio- in Thy salvation." 
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At hell's dark d<x r wt lay; 
Hut now we rise, by ^race divine, 
And Bee a heavenly day. 
Glory, h U r, etc. 



3 Salvation! Let the echo fly 
The spacious earth around. 
While ail the armies of the sky 
Conspire to raise tho sound. 
Glory, honour, etc. 



4 alvation! O Thou bta ding Lamb, 
To Thee the praise belongs: 
ur h e arts /nail kindle al Thy Name, 
Thy Name inspire our songs. 
Glory, honour, etc Amen, 



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Salvation! O the joyful sound. 

•' My heart shall rejoice in Thy salvation." 
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our Redeemer; Al-le • lu-fn, Al-le - In - i«, Alleluia, praise the Lord !"A-mex. 



2 Salvation ! buried once in sin. 

At hell's dark door we lay; 
But now we ri.-e, by grace divine, 
Ar d see a heavenly day. 

Glory, honour, etc. 



3 Salvation ! 1 -t tlie echo fly 
The spacious earth around, 
Whil<' all ih annir* of the sky 
Conspire Jo raise the sound. 
Glorv, honour, etc. 



4 Salvation ! Thou bleeding Lamb, 
To Thee the praise belongs: 
Our hearts shall kindle at Thy Name, 
Thy Name i spire our songs. 
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Saviour, source of every blessing. 

Er+ry day vil! 1 give thanks unto Thrr, awl pmisr Thy Xame for ever and ner. 

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Sung by raptured saints above; 
Fill my soul with sacred pleasure, 
While I sing redeeming love. 



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3 Thou didst >eek me when a stranger, 
"Wandering from the fold of God; 
Thou to save my soul from danger, 
Didst red emme with Thy blood. 



■i By Thy hand restored, defended, 

Safe through life thus far I've come; 
Safe, O Lord, when life is ended, 

Bring me to my heavenly home. Amen. 



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o^t All glorious God, what hymns of praise. 



" The Son of God, Who loved me, and gave Bmtttf for me.' 

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2 Once we were fallen, and O how low ! 
Just on the brink of endless woe: 
When Jesus, from the realms above, 
Borne on the wiugs of boundless love, 

3 Scattered the shades of death and night, 
And spread around His heavenly light: 

rsr^rs To our Redeemer's glorious Name. 

^_y / " Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends." C. M. 



I ' By Him what wondrous grace is shown 

To souls impoverish'd and undone ! 
4 He shows, beyond these mortal shores, 
A bright inheritance as ours; 
Where saints in light our com:'ng wait 
To share their holy, happy state. Amen. 




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2 Hi* 1< ?e, what mortal thought can reach, 

What mortal tongue display ! 
Imagination'! utmost stretch 
In wonder dies away. 

3 He left His radiant throne on high, 

Left the bright realms of bliss, 
And came to earth to bleed and die: 
Was ever love like this ? 



4 Dear Lord, while we adoring pay 

Our humble thanks to Thee, 

May every heart with rapture say, 

• The Saviour died for me." 

5 O may the bwm L, thfl blissful theme, 

Fill l very h< :irt riTitl tong 
Till Btrangen lore Thy eharii ing Name, 
And join' '.song. Amen. 



Mrtirmption. 
Sing, my soul, His wondrous love. 

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2 Heaven and earth by Him were made. 
All is by His sceptre sway'd; 

Wliat are we that He should show 
So much love to us below ? 



3 God. the merciful and good, 
Bought us with (he Saviour's blood; 
And, to make our safety Mire, 
Guides us by His Spirit pure. 



4 Sing, my soul, adore His Name, 
Let His glory be thy theme: 
Praise Hi in till he calls thee home, 
Trust His love for all to come. Amen. 



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And all the forma of love He wears, 

Exalted on His throne: 
In loftiest songs of swet test praise, 
I would, to everlasting days, 

Make all His glories known. 



3 the delightful day will come, 

When my dear Lord will bring me home, 

And I shall see His face; 
Then, with my Saviour, Brother, Friend, 
A bleat eternity I'll spend, 

Triumphant in His grace. 



GLORIA PATRL 

To Father, 8ou, and Holy Ghoet. 
The God Whom heaven's triumphant 

And aainta on earth adore, 
Be glory aa In agea past, 
Aa now it la, and so shall laat 

Whan time ahall be no more. ixn. 



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On Jesus east thy weighty load; 
In Ilini thy refoge find, thy rest, 

Safe in the mercy of thy God: 

Thy Qod'l thy 8 lorioOl word; 

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To God the Father, God cue Sob, 
And God the Spirit, Three in One, 
Be glory In the highest given, 
By all In earth, ami all in hoarea 
A* wa* through age* heretofore, 
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Grace ! 'tis a charming sound. 

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2 Grace first contrived a way 

To save rebellious man, 
And all the steps that grace display 
Which drew the wondrous plan. 

3 Grace taught my wandering feet 

To tread the heavenly road; 



And new supplies each hour I meet 

While pressing on to God. 
4 Grace all the work shall crown 

Through everlasting days; 
It lays in heaven the topmost stone, 

And well deserves the praise. Amen. 



zj rj F-j He's blest, whose sins have pardon gain'd. 

Blessed is he whose unrighteousness is forgiven, and whose sin is covered." I ,. M. 



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sooner I my wound disclo 

The triiit that tortured me within, 
But Thy f<»r.' r\ osed, 

And mercy's healing balm pour'd in. 

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Blessings of mere j shall suzround. 

t I lis saint* thai hsnre perform'd His laws, 
Their life in triumph shall employ; 
Let them, as thev alone have cause. 
In grateful raptures shout for joy. 

Amen. 



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Behold the Saviour of mankind! 

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And earth's strong pillars bend; 
The tempi' 's veil in Bander breaks, 
The solid marbles rend. 

3 Tis done ! the precious ransom's paid; 

"Receive my soul!" He erics; 



f See where He bow? His sacred head ! 
. He bows His head and dies. 

1 But soon He'll break death's envious chain, 
And in full glory shine; 
() Land) of God, was ever pain, 
Was ever love like Thine ! AMEN. 



Ah, not like erring man is God. 

" Tin' biofH.1 ef Jesus Christ His Son cleanietA as from all sin." 



L. M. 



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1. Ih, not Ike cr - ring mati is God, That men to nnswer Him thonlddnrr; 

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Who, Qodandman, may both embrace; 
With God for man to intercede, 

And offer man tin: purchased guana. 



3 And Lo ! t 1 e Bob of ( tod is slain 
To be this Mediator orown'd: 
In Him, my smil. be cleansed from r i in, 
in Him tin righteousness be found. 

Ami n 



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Lirocmption. 

When, wounded sore, the stricken soul. 



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And tears of anguish flow, 
One only heart, a broken heart, 
Can feel the sinner's woe. 

3 "When penitence has wept in vain 

Over some foul, dark spot, 
One only stream, a stream of blood, 
Cau wash away the blot. 



i Tis Jesus' blood that washes white, 
His hand that brings relief, 
His heart that's touched with all our joys, 
And feeleth for our grief. 

5 Lift up Thy bleeding hand, Lord ! 
Unseal that cleansing tide: 
We have no shelter from our sin 
But in Thy wounded side. Amen. 



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( lod'fl free bounty glorify; 
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Without money, 

Conic tO JesUS Christ and l>ny. 
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1 tarry till you re 1>< tt. r, 
Y-ui will never come at all: 
Not the righteous, 

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Pleads the merit of His blood; 
Venture on Sim venture wholly, 
Let no other trust intrude; 
Nop,' but Jesus 
do h bl ss sinners good. 

I 8 'it and angels, join'd in conci rt, 
the praises oi the Lamb; 
Wliil tie blissful courts of heaven 
Sweetly < cho with I lis Name; 

Alleluia ! 
Sim his here may sing the same. 

GLORIA PATKI. 

Oekat Jehovah ! we adore Thee, 
Father, God the Son, 
he Spirit, join'd In glory 
On tlie name eternal throne; 

Eiull 
t~o Jehovon, Three u. One. Amv 



38i. 



Ixitinnptton. 

Ah, how shall fallen man, 

•• How tkould a nitiit be just with (!<>d ' " 



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Could we for one of thousand faults 
A just excuse devise? 

3 All-Seeing, powerful God ! 

Who can with Thee contend ? 
Or who that tries the unequal strife, 
Shall prosper in the end ? 



4 The mountains, in Thy wrath, 

Their ancient seats forsake: 
The trembling earth deserts her place, 
Her rooted pillars shake. 

5 Ah, how shall guilty man 

Contend with such a God ? 
None, none can meet Him, and escape. 
But through the Saviour's blood. Amen. 



There is a fountain fill'd with blood. 

" There shall be a fountain opened for sin and uncleanness." 




And Burners plunged beneath that flood Lose all their guil - ty stains. 



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9 Th • dying th'ef rejoiced to see 

That fountain in Lis day; 
And there mav I. as vile as he, 

Wash all my sins away. 
ir, dying Lamb, Thy precious blood 

Shall never lose its i 
Till all the ranaom'd Church of God 

Be saved to s;in no more. 



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Th\ flowing wounds supply, 
Bedeeming love has been uiy th. am . 

And shall be till I die. 

") Then in a nobl< r. sweeter Bong, 

I'll sing Thy power to save, [tongue 
When this poor, lisping, stammering 
nlent in ih< grave. Amen. 



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The voice of free grace. 

thy lif-; look not behind thee, neither stay thou in all tUc plain; 
■/» in the Mountain, left thou be consumed." 



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To J< aua r< pair; 
II. calls you in m« rcy, 

And <• in 3 ou forbear ? 
Though your sins be as Bcarlet, 
still fl< ■-• to the mountain, 
• blood can remove them 
Which Btreams from this fountain. 
Alleluia, etc 

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Triumphantly glorious; 

i;i death, and h« 11 
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Th\ Name is the theme 
Of the greal congregation, 

While angels and saints 

fcUdse tin- shout of salvation. 
Alleluia, etc 
1 With joy shall we stand 

Win n escaped to that Bhore; 

With our harps in oni hand 

W« will praise U m the mora; 
W< 11 rai eet fields 

On the hanks of the riTer, 
And sin,' of salvation 

For evei and 

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Krxinnptton. 
O to grace how great a debtor. 

"Unite my heart t<> fmur Tfn/ Mmm." 

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2 Prone to wander, Lord, I Feel it: 
Prone to leave the God I love: 
Here's my heart, () take and seal it, 
Seal it for Thy courts above ! Amen. 



386 



X.— THE CHRISTIAN LIFE. 

Krpcntanre. 

O Thou that hear'st when sinners cry. 

<j man sin. I bmeate with the Father." 



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Awl form pi\ boo! are»e to sin : 
Let Thy good spirit ne'er depart, 
Nor fii'i*- T!a pn -. nee bom my heart. 
3 I cannot ttvc without Thvlljrht. 

it and banJaU'd from Thv sipht : 
Thy noiv Joys, mv God 

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4 a broken heart, my Cod. mj King, 

Is Mil the sacril'K c i l.rinjr ; 

Tlic ('•<>(] of gfaoe will 1, 

a broken heart for aacrlfli e. 

5 1003 Thy 1,,v '' Inaplre my toogne ' 
Salvation shall be all mi Bonp : 
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Stay, Thou long-suffering Spirit, stay. 



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And long in vain Thy grace received; 
Ten thousand times Thy goodness seen, 
Ten thousand times Thy goodness 
grieved; 

3 Yet O the mourning sinner spare, 

In honour of my great High- Priest; 



Nor in Thy righteous anger swear 
T' exclude me from Thy people's rest 
4 My weary soul, God, release ; 

Uphold me with Thy gracious hand ; 
Guide me into Thy perfect peace, 
And bring me to the promised land. 

Amis. 



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■ Him timt cometh to Me, I wili in n<> wite cast out." 



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'2 Guilty, forgive me, Lord, I cry; 
Panned by foes, I oome; 

A sinn> r. BST6 me ' '" I dl j 

\n outcsst, take me home. 

3 Onn lift 111 Thins ilmighty arms, 
\jHi storms oome "ii am:uTi. 



Tli. rr dsngi r inner, never harms; 

There 6V sth itself is pain. 
1 Lnd when 1 stand before Thy throne. 

And all Thy dory see, 
still be my righteousness alone. 

To bide myself in Thee. Amen. 



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O that my load of sin were gone. 

■• Go<i Ix merciful to me, a ItiMMT." 



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2 Rest for my soul I long to find; 

iour of all, if mine Thou art, 
Give me Thy meek and lowly mind. 
And stamp Thine image on my heart. 

3 Break off the yoke of inbred sin, 

And fully set my spirit free; 
I cannot rest till pure within, 
Till I am wholly lost in Thee. 



•4 Fain would I learn of Thee, my God; 
Thy light and easy burden prove, 
The Cross, all stain'd withhallow'd blood, 
The labour of Thy dying love. 
5 I would, but Thou must give the power, 
My heart from every sin release; 
Bring near, bring near the joyful hour, 
And fill me with Thy perfect peace. 

Amen. 



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To death, that we might live, 
Shall He not all things freely grant 
That bonn 11-; lov< can . 

3 Who now Hie people shall accuse? 

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Who now His people sha'l condemn? 
The Lamb of God hath died 
4 And He Who died hath risen again, 
Triumphant from thegr 

At God'fl right hand for us He pleads, 
Omnipotent to save. Ame.n. 



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Rock of Ages, cleft for me. 

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Could my zeal no respite know, 

Could li'V tears for ever How, 
All lor sin could not atone. 
Thou must save, and Thou alone 

3 Nothing in my hand 1 bring; 

simply to Thy Cross I cling; 
Nik' .1, come to Thee for dress; 



Helpless, look to Thee for grace: 
Foul. I to the fountain fly; 
Wash me, Saviour, or I die. 
4 While I draw this fleeting breath, 
When my eyelids dose in (hath. 
When 1 soar through tracts unknown 
See Thee on Thy judgment throne, 
Koek of Ages, clefl forme, 
Let me hide myself in Tliee. Amen. 



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3 Just as I am,— though toss'd about ; r > Jmst as I am.— Thou wilt receive, 
With many a conflict, many a doubt, 1 Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, relieve, 
Fightings and tears within, without, | Because Thy promise I believe, 

Lamb of God, I come. Lamb of God, I come. 

6 Just as I am, -Thy love unknown 
Has broken every barrier down; 

Now to be Thine, yea, Thine alone, 
Lamb of God, I come. 



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Cover i! ss head 

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Grace to oorer all my sin; 
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Thou of life the fountain art, 
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" IJUe. unto Thee t<> hide me," 
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:\ Plenteous graco with Thee is found, 

Grace to cover all my sin; 
I.i i the healing streams abound. 

Make and keep me pure within : 
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I'p 1\ 1, ; me take of Thee: 
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Thine aid omnipotent I seek: 
Thou art my Strength. 

3 I am be wilder* d on my way, 

Dark and tempestuous is the night; 
O send Thou forth some cheering ray: 
Thou art my Light. 



4 When Satan flings his fiery darts, 

I look to Thee; my terrors cease; 
Thy Cross a hiding-place imparts: 
Thou art my Peace. 

5 Standing alone on Jordan's brink, 

In that tremendous latest strife, 
Thou wilt not suffer me to sink : 
Thou art my Life. 



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6 Thou wilt my every want supply. 

E'en to the end, whate'er befall; 
Through life, in death, eternally, 
Thou art my All. Amen. 

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Tis manna to the hungry soul, 
And to the weary rest. 

3 Dear Maine, the rook on which I build, 

My shield and hiding-place, 
My never-failing treasury, filled 
With bonndless stores of grace. 

4 Jesus ! my Shepherd, Husband, Friend, 

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Accept the praise I bring. 

5 Weak is the effort of my heart, 

And cold my warmest thought: 
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I'll praise Thee as I ought. 

6 Till then I would Thy love proclaim 

With every fleeting breath; 
And may the music of Thy Name 
Refresh my soul in death. men. 



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4 The^ atonement of Thy blood apply. 
Till faith to sight improve; 

Till hope in rail fruition die, 

An.l all my soul is love. Amtn. 



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To trust it were sure losing; 
For us must fight the Eight and True, 
The Man of God's own choosing. 
Dost ask for His Name ? 
Chbist Jesus we claim ; 
The Lord God of hosts; 
The only God : vain boasts 
Of others fall before Him. 

What though the troops of Satan fill'd 

The world with hostile forces ? 
E'en then our fears should all be still'd: 
In (iod ar our resources. 
I its king 
No terrors can brinf 
Their threats are no worth: 
Th ir doom is now gone forth: 
A siDgle word can quell them. 



4 God's word through all shall have free 

And ask no man's permission: [sway, 
The Spirit and His gifts convey 
Strength to defy perdition. 
The body to kill, 
Wife, children, at will. 
The wicked have power: 
Yet lasts it but an hour ! 
The kingdom's ours for ever ! 

5 To Fatner, Son and Holy Ghost, 

For ever be outpouring 
All glory, irom the h< av.-nly host, 
And saint | on earth adoring: 

Through time's utmost bound 
That chorus resound, 

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I'll strengthen the.', help thee, and cause thee to stand, 
Upheld by My righteous, omnipotent hand. 

3 "When through the deep waters 1 call thee to go, 
The rivers of woo shall not thee overflow; 

For I will be with thee, thy troubles to bless, 
And sanctify to thee thy deepest distress. 

4 When through fiery trials thy pathway shall lie, 
My grace, all-sufficient, shall be thj supply; 
The flame shall not hurt thee; 1 only design 
Thy dross to consume, and thy gold to refine. 

5 Th" soul that to Jesus hath fled f ■ r< ■}• 

I will not, T will not desert to hi* f'" b; 

That sold, though all hell slud. r to slmke, 

111 never no, never— no, never forsake. Amen. 



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Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat. 

If any man sin, !<■< /<<nv an Arfcocutc with the Father, JetUi Christ, the Righteous. 

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Thou call est burdeu'd souls to Thee, 
And such, Lord, am I. 

3 Bow'd down beneath a load of sin, 

By Satan sorely press'd, 
By war without, aud fears within, 
I come to Thee for rest. 



| 4 Be Thou my shield and i idiug-place; 

That, shelter'd near Thy side, 

I mav my fierce accuser face, 

And tell him Thou hast died! 

5 O wondrous love, to bleed and die, 

To bear the Cross aud shame, 

That guilty sinners, such as I, 

Might plead Thy gracious Name. Amen. 



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'i Patience, to watch, and wait, and weep, 

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Courage, our fainting souls to ke< p, 
And trust Thefl though Thou slay. 
4 Give thesf . and then Thy will be done; 
Thus, strengthen'd with all might, 
Wa, through Thy spirit and Thy Son. 
Shall pray, and pray aright. Amkn. 



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Let Thy blood, for sinners spilt. 
Set my conscience free from guilt. 



•1 Lord. I come to Thee for rest, 
Take possession of my breast: 
There Thy blood-bought right maintain, 
And without a rival reign. 

5 While I am a pilgrim hi re, 
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In never-ceasing prayer. 

3 The Spirit's interceding grace 

Give us the faith to claim; 
To wrestle till we see Thy face, 
And know Thy hidden Name. 



1 Till Thou the Father's love impart, 
Till Thou Thyself bestow. 
Be this the cry of every heart — 
I will not let Thee go: 
5 I will not let Thee go, unless 
Thou tell Thy Name to me; 
With all Thy great salvation bless, 
And say, — I died for thee. Amen. 



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From every stormy wind that blows. 

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And time and 1 all no more ; 

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And glory crowns tie- mercy-a ot 



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Prayer, the snblimest strains that reach 

The Majesty on high. 

Prayer is the Christian's vital breath, 

Tlif Christian's native air; 
The watchword :it the gates of death. — 

He enters heaven with prayer. 
Prayer ia the contrite sinner's voice, 

Returning from his ways; 



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They're one in word and mind: 
When with the Father and the Son 
Sweet fellowship they find. 
7 OThou. by Whom we come to God, 
The Life, the Truth, the Way, 
The path of prayer Thyself hast trod; 
Lord, teach us how to pray. 
S To Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, 
The God Whom we adore. 
Be glory, as it was, is now, 
And shall be evermore. Amen. 



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Without our aid He did us make: 
We are His flock, He doth us feed, 
And for His sheep He doth us take. 

4 For why ? the Lord our God is good, 
His mercy is for ever sure; 
His truth at all times firmly stood, 

And shall from age to age endiire. Amen 



3 enier then His gates with praise, 
Approach with joy His courts unto; 
Praise, laud, and bless His Name always, 
For it is seemly so to do. 



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Tlis praises express: 
Who always takes pleasure 

To hear their glad tongues, 
And waits with salvation 

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To God, ^Tio their heads 

With safety doth shield; 
Such honour and triumph 

His favour shall bring: 
O therefore for ever 

All praise to Him yield! Amen. 



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To Thee shall all mankind repair, 
And at Thy gracious throue appear. 



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To stop Thy flowing mercy try; 
Whilst Thou o'erlook'st the guilty stain; 
And washest out the crimson dye. 

4 Bless'd is the man who, near Thee placed, 
Within Thy Facred dwelling lives! 
Tis there abundantly we taste 
The vast delights Thy temple gives. Amen. 



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O fiat thanks unto the Lord: for He is gracious, and His mercy endureth 
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HuDgrv, faintang by the way. 
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Sends deliverai ee from on high, 
Bd tones tl.< m from all th< ir fear 

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Our soul-, and all our mortal frame; 
What lasting honours shall we rear, 
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•1 Well cr, -wd Thy gate ; with thankful songs, 
High as the heaven our voices raise ; 
And earth, with her ten thousand tongues, 
Shall fill Thy courts with sounding praise. 

5 Wide as the world is Thy command, 
Vast as eternity Thy love; 
Firm as a rock Thy truth must stand, 
When rolling years shall cease to move. 



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in praising Gk)d while He prolongs 
My breath, 1 will thai breath employ: 

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Ye heavens above, 
And clouds that move 
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3 Let them adore the Lord, 
And praise His holy Name, 
By Whose Almighty word 
They all from nothing came 

And all shall last 
From changes free; 
His firm decree 
Stands ever fast. 



GLORIA PATBL 

To God the Father, Son, 

And Spirit, ever bless'd, 
Eternal Three in One, 
All worship be addrese'd, 
As heretofore 
It was, is now, 
And shall be so 
For ev er m or e. Amw. 



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3 Let the shrill trumpet's warlike voice 

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Praise Him with harp's melodious noise, 
And gentle psaltery's silver sound. 



4 Let them who joyful hymns compose, 

To cymbals set their fonps of praise- 
To well-tuned cymbals, and to those 
That loudlv sound on solemn days. 

5 Let all that vital breath enjoy, 

The breath He does to them afford, 
In just returns of praise employ: [Amen. 
Let every creature praise the Lord ! 



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3 Thy praises, Lord, I will resound 
To all the listening nations round: 



Thy mercy highest heaven transcends, 
Thy truth beyond the clouds extends. 
4 Be thou, God, exalted high; 
And as Thy glory fills the sky, 
So let it be on earth displayed, 
Till Thou art here, as there, obeyed. 

Amen. 



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Deliverance He affords to all 
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5 mak" but trial of His love. 

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How blest they are, and only thry. 
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6 Fear Him, y salute; and you will then 

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Let Thy salvation visit me. 
4 Let Israel's (rod be ever bless'd, 
His Name eternally confees'd; 

Let all His saints, with lull accord. 
Sing loud Aniens. Praise ye the Lord! 

Amis. 

I sing the almighty power of God. 

"0 Lord, our Lord, how excsUent it Thy Name in nil t)i>- earth, 1 ' ^ • -' ' ■ 

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H i tribute of immortal praise? 

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And clouds arise, and tempests blow 
B) order from Thy throne. 
6 His hand is my perpetual guard; 
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Who i.- forever nigh \ Amen. 



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Wake all the tuneful soul of love, 
And touch tht' Bweeteai string. 

ft Whate'er this livii g world contains. 
That wings the air or treads the plains. 
United prai e I -< stow ; 

Ye tenants Of tht' ocean wide. 
Proclaim Him through the mighty tide, 
And in the deeps below. 



4 Let man. by nobler passions sway'd, 
The feeling heart, the judging head, 

In heavenly praise employ; 
Spread His tremendous Name around, 
Till heav'ns broad arch rings back the sound, 

The general burst of joy. 

GLORIA rATBL 

To Father. Son, and Holy Ghost, 
The God Whom hearen's triumphant 

And ftalnU on earth adore, 
Be glory aa in area past. 
Aa now it ifl audio shall last 

When time shall be no more. 



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His truth for ever stands secure, 

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GLORIA PATBI. 

To Father, Ron, and Holy Ghost 

The God Whom heaven's triumphant ho»t 

And suffering saints on earth adore, 
Be glory as in ages past, 
As now it is, and so shall last 

When time itself shall be no more. Amen. 



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3 Th^ Lord, the everlasting God, 
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Of His anointed flock. 



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4 save and bless Thy people, Lord, 
Thy heritage preserve; 
Feed, strengthen, and support their hearts, 
That they may never swerve. Amen. 

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2 Songs of praise awoke the morn, 
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Songs of praise arose, when He 
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3 Heaven and earth must pass away; 
Songs of praise shall crown that day: 
God will make new heavens and earth; 
Songs of praise shall hail their birth. 



4 And shall man alone be dumb 
Till that glorious kingdom come ? 
No: the Church delights to raise 
Psalms, and hymns, and songs of praise. 

5 Saints below; with heart and voice, 
Still n songs of praise rejoice; 
Learning here, by faith and love, 
Songs of praise to sing above. 



6 Borne upon their latest breath, 
Songs of praise shall conquer deati; 
Then, amidst eternal joy, 
Songs of praise their powers employ . Amen. 



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3 They small talk of all Thy glory, 

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Speak of Thy dread acts the story, 
And Thy deeds of wonder tell. 



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"Works by love and mercy wrought — 
"Works of love surpassing measure, 
Works of mercy passing thought. 
5 Full of kindness and compassion, 
Slow to anger, vast in love, 
God is good to all creation; 

All His works His goodness prove. 
6 All Thy works, Lord, shall bless Thee, 
Thee shall ii 11 Thy saints adore; 
King supreme shall they confess Thee, 
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Who from His altar call; 
Extol the Stem of Jesse's rod, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

3 Hail Him, the Heir of David's line, 

Whom David, Lord did call; 

The God Incarnate! Man divine, 

And crown Him Lord of all! 



4 Ye seed of Israel's chosen race, 

Ye ransomed of the fall. 
Hail Him Who saves you by His grace, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 

5 Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget 

The wormwood and the gall, 
Go, spread your trophies at His feet, 
And crown Him Lord of all. 



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On this terrestrial ball, 
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And crown Him Lord of all. Amen. 



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Shall the ransom'd people sing, || Alle- | luia! || Alle- | luia! 

And the choirs that | dwell on high, 

Shall re-echo | through the sky, || Alle- | luia! || Alle- \ luia! 

They in the rest of | Paradise who dwt 11. 

The blessed ones with joy the | chorus swell, || ^.Zle- | luia! || AHe- | luia ! 

The planets beaming on their ( heavenly way, 

The shining consteUatfQTtf, join and say, || Alle- | luia ! || AHe- | luia ! 

Ye clouds that onward sweep, 

Ye winds on j pinions light, 
Ye thunders, echoing loud and deep, 

Ye light/*///./.*, wildly bright, 
In siveel con- I sent unite |j your Alle- | luia ! 

Ye floods and ocean billows, 

Ye storms and I winter snow, 
Ye days of cloudless b. auty, 

Hoar frost and | summer glow: 

Ye groves that wave in spring, 

And prions | forests, Binft || Alle- ' luia! 

First lei the birds, with painted plumage gay, 

Exult their great Creator'* praise, and say. || Alle- | luia! || Alle- | luia! 

Then lei the beasts of earth, with i varying strain, 

Join in creation's hymn and i ry ••■- ain, AHe- \ luia ! || Alle- | luia! 

Here let the mountains thumb r fort) sp- norOUS, | Al\e- | luia ! 
There lei the valleys sing in Render chotus, AHe- luia! 
Thou jubilant Bbysta of ocean, cry, (| Ifle- luia! 
Yetra b and eonii- ' nents, reply l| Allt- | luia ! 

To God. who all ere- ation made, 

The frequent hymn be duly paid: .lb- luia ! || AHe- | luia ! 
; oal -train, the tord Al- mighty loves: || Alle- | luia! 

This is ill, song the heav< uly Eong, thai Chn t.th< King, approves: \\Alle- j luia 1 
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Andchildn sho, antwtr making, AHe- luia! 

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how shall words with equal warmth 

The gratitude declare 
That glows within my ravish'd heart ? 

Bit Thou canst read it there. 

3 Ten thousmd thousand precious gifts 

My daily thanks employ; 
Nor is the least a cheerful heart, 
That tastes those gifts with joy. 

4 Through every period of my life 

Thy goodness I'll pursue; 



And after death, in distant worlds, 
The glorious theme renew. 

5 When nature fails, and day and night 

Divide Thv works no more. 
My ever grateful heart, O Lord, 
Thy mercy s-kal! adore. 

6 Through all eternity, to Thee 

A joyful Fong I'll raise; 
But oh! eternity's too short 

To utter all Thy praise. Amen. 



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" The Lord it King." 



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Which sh ill no change or period see; 
For T .01. O Lord, and Thou alone, 
Art God from all eternity. 

3 The floods, O Lord, li t up their voicf\ 

And toss tbe tro bled waves on high; 



But God above can .'till their noise, 
And make the angry eh a comply. 
4 Thy promise, Lord, is ever sure, 

And they that in Thy house would 

That happy station to secure. [dwell, 

Must still in holiness excel. Amkn. 



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Dome, give Thy word mooest; 
Spirit of holim 

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3 Come, holy Comforter, 
Thy sacred witness bear, 

In this glad hour: 
Thou, Who almighty art, 
Now rale in every heart, 
And ne'er from us depart, 

Spirit of power. 



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Awake, my soul, to joyful lays. 



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Yet loved me, notwithstanding all; 
He saved me from my lost estate; 
His loving-kindness, how great ! 

3 Though numerous hosts of mighty foes, 
Though earth and hell my way oppose, 
He safely leads my soul along; 

His loving-kindness, how strong! 



4 When trouble, like a gloomy cloud, 
Has gather'd thick, and thunder'd loud, 
He near my soul has always stood; 
His loving-kindness, how good! 

5 Often I feel my sinful heart 
Prone from my Saviour to depart, 
But though I oft have Him forgot, 
His loving-kindness changes not. 



6 Soon shall I pass the gloomy vale, 
Soon all my mortal powers must fail; 
O may my last expiring breath 
His loving-kindness sing in death! Amen. 



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Alleluia! songs of triumph 

Well betit the ransomed train. 
Faint ami feeble are our praises 
While in exile we remain. 



3 Alleluia ! songs of gladness 
Suit not always souls forlorn, 

Alleluia ! sounds of sadness 
'Midst our joyful strains are borne ; 

For in this dark world of sorrow 
We with tears our sin' must mo arm. 



4 Praises with our prayers uniting, 
Hear us, blessed Trinity ; 
Brihg us to Thy blissful presence, 
There the Paschal Lamb to see, 
Then to Thee our alleluia 
giwriug everlastingly. 



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2 Ye next, who stand before the Eternal 
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An endless Alleluia. 

5 The holy city shall take up your strain. 
And with glad songs resounding wake 
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An endless Ailelnia. 

4 In blissful antiphons ye thus rejoice 

To render to the Lord with thankful voice 

An endless Alleluia. 

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An endless Alleluia. 

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GUory for evermore; to Thee we bring 

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2 Radiant orb of day. adore Him, 

Praise Him, thou who rul'st the night; 
Heaven of heavens, bow before Him, 
Laud Him, all ye worlds of light. 

3 Praise Him, wild and restless ocean, 

Praise Him, monsters of the deep; 
Praise Him in your rude commotion, 
Storms that at His mandate sweep. 

4 Hills and mountains, heavenward tower- 

Fires that in their bosom glow; [ing, 
Clouds around their cliffs dark lowering, 
Torrents down their steeps that flow; 



"j Verdant fields and valleys blooming, 
Insect myriads, own His care; 
"Wild beasts through the forests roaming, 
"Warbling tenants of the air. 

6 Kings and rulers, shout His glory, 

People, join the loud acclaim, 

Maidens, youth, and fathers hoary 

Infants, lisp His holy Name. 

7 Every kindrefl. tongue, and nation, 

Him "Who gave, you life adore; 
Earth and heaven, and all creation, 
Praise His Name for evermore. Amen. 



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A single, steady aim, 
Unmov< tl by threatening or reword. 

To Tin' and Thy j reat Name; 

Give me a la-art tii pray, 

To pray and never cease, 
Never to murmur at Thy stay, 

Or wish my sufferings less. 

-4 upon Thy word. 

The promis is for me; 
My Buooour and salvation, Lord, 

shall surely conn from Thee; 

But let me still abide, 

Nor from my hope remove, 
Till Thon my patient spirit uuide 

liit«. Thy perl c< love, Ami^m. 



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Sweet messenger of rest; 
I hate the sins that made Thee mourn 
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And worship only Thee. 
4 So shall my walk be close with God, 
Calm and serene my frame; 
So purer light shall mark the road 
That leads me to the Lamb. Amen. 



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Who place on Sion's God their trust. 

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So shall I, by Thy watchful eare, 

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I Be does my wandering son] reclaim, 

And. to ilis endless praise, 

Instruct with humble /.eal to walk 
In Hi-, most righteOOl ways. 



•4 I pass the gloomy vale of death, 
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Ih rend and comfort me. 
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Through all my life extend, 
That life to BimI will devote. 
And in Hi i t d pie spend. Amen. 



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3 In Him, ye people, always trust; 

Before His throne pour out your hearts : 
For God, the merciful and just, 

His timely aid to us imparts. Amen. 



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Thy prese nce t rough my journey shine, 

And crown my journey's end. Amen. 



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To The; 1 my thoughts would soar: 
Thy mercy o'er my life has flowed, 
That mercy 1 adore. 



3 In each event of life, how clear 
Thy ruling hand I see: 
Each blessing to ray soul more dear 
Because conferred by Thee. 



4 In (very joy that crowns ray days, 
r n every pain I bear, 

Vy heart shall find delight in praise, 
Or seek r< liei in pray* r. 

5 When gladness wings ray favoured hour, 
Thy love ray thoughts shall fill; 

Resigned when storms of sorrow lower, 
My soul shall meet Thy will. 

6 My lifted eye, without a tear, 
The gathering storm shall see; 
My steadfast heart shall know no fear, 
That heart will rest on Thee. Amen. 



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By whirlwinds desolate be laid, 

< )r parch'd by scorching beam; 
Still in the Lord shall be my trust, 
My joy; tor, though His frown is just, 
His mercy is supreme. 

4 In God my strength, howe'ar distrest, 
I yet will hope, and calmly r 
Nay, triumph in His love: 
' My lingering s-n?], my lardy feet, 
Free as the hind Be makes, and fleet, 
To speed my coarse above. Amen. 



3 Though from the folds the flock decay, 
Though herds lie fami-h'd o'er the 1» a. 

And round the empty stall: 
My -oul above the wreck shall rise, 
Its better joys are in the skies; 
There God is all in all. 



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In the hour of trial. 

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Would this vain world charm; 
Or its sordid tn asorea 

Spread to work me harm; 
Bring to my remembrance 

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Or, in darker lemblanoe, 

Cross-crow n'd ( 'alvary. 



3 Should Thy mercy send me 

Sorrow, toil, and woe; 
Or should pain attend me 

On my path below; 
Grant that I may never 

Fail Thy hand to see; 
Grant that I may ever 

Cast my care on Thee, 



•I Whan my last hour oometh, 

Fraught with strife and pain. 
When my dust n torneth 

To tli-' dust again; 
On Thy truth relying, 

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Jesns,lake me, dying, 

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" My meditation qf Him shall be sweet." 



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When hope is all my soul's employ ? 
My Saviour ! still my hopes will roam, 
Until they rest with Thee, their home. 

3 Is there a time of racking grief, 
Which scorns the prospect of relief? 



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And bid my heart its calm resume. 
4 The noontide blaze, the midnight scene, 
The dawn, or twilight's sweet serene, 
The glow of life, the dying hour, 
Shall own, O God! Thy grace and power. 

Amen. 



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And Thou refuse that mourner's plea ? 
Does not the word still lix'd remain ? 
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4 That were a grief I could not bear, 
Didst Thou not hear and answer prayer : 
But a prayer-hearinq, answering God 
Supports me under every load. 

5 Poor though I am, despised, forgot, 
Yet God, ray God, forgets me not: 
And he is safe, and must succeed, 

For whom the Lord vouchsafes to plead. 

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3 Bauish'd once, by sin betray'd, 
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Pardon d now, no more we roam, 
Christ conducts us to our home. 



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Gladly leaving all below; 
Only Thou onr Leader be, 
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The sight his fainting strength rei ews, 
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3 The thought of heaven his spirit cheers : 

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4. Jesus, on Thee our hopes we stay, 
To lead us on to Thine abode; 
Assured Thy love will far o'erpay 
The hardest labours of the road. 



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And where 1 1 is promised aid ?" 

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And tears on tears successive roll; 
F<>r many an evil voice is near 

To chide my woe and mock my fear; 

And silent memory weeps alone 

O'er hours of peace and gladness flown. 

3 For I h;iv. walk'd the happy rotmd 
That 'circles Sum's holy ground. 
And gladly swell d \\\<- choral lays 

That hymn'd my great Redeemer's praise. 
What time the hallow'd arches rung 
Responsive to the solemn song. 



4 Ah, why, by passing clouds opprest, 
Should vexing thoughts distract thy breast 
Turn, turn to Him, in every pain, 
Whom never suppliants sought in vain; 
Thy strength, in joy's ecstatic day, 
Thy hope, when Joy has pase'd away. 

GLORIA PA.TRI. 

To God the Father, God the Son, 
And God the Spirit, Three in One, 

Be glory in the highest given, 
By all in earth, and all In heaven, 
As wi a Hi rough aues heretofore, 
It- now. and shall be evermore. 



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And fiery darts be hurl'd, 
Then I can smile at Satan's rage, 
And face a frowning world. 

4 There shall I bathe my weary soul 
In seas of heavenly rest, 
And not a wave of trouble roll 
Across my peaceful breast. Amen 



3 Let cares like a wild deluge come, 
And storms of sorrow fall, 
May I but safely reach my home, 
My God, my heaven, my all. 



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Wretched wanderer, far astray; 

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And, th" litdit of hope revealing. 
Bade the blood-stain'd Cross appear. 



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Let my life show forth Thy praise. 

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" That Christ may dwell in your ht artt by faith." 

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Nor can the memory find, 
A sweeter sound than Jesus' Name, 
The Saviour of mankind. 
3 O hope of every contrite heart, 
joy of all the meek, 
To those who fall, how kind Thou art! 
How good to those who seek ! 



4 But what to those who find ? Ah! thi 

Nor tongue nor pen can show- 
The love of Jesus, what it is 
None but His loved ones know. 

5 Jesus, our only joy be Thou, 

As Thou our prize wilt be; 
In Thee be all our glory now, 
And through eternity. Amkn. 



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Let us all in Thee inherit, 
Let us find Thy promised 1 

Take away the love of sinning, 
Alpha and Omega he, — 

En<l of faith, aa Eta beginning, 

Set onr hearts ;it liberty. 

i Come, Almighty, to deliver, 

I.' t ua all Thy grace receive ; 
Suddenly return, and never. 

Never more Thy templea leave. 
Thee we would l>e always bleaaing ; 

Berve Thee ns Thy hosts a I .. 
Pray, and p.'ii" Thee without ceding; 
Glory in Thy perfect lo\e 



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Pure and Bpotleas Let us be: 

Let us gee Thy great salvation, 
Perfect ly restored in Thee. 

Changed from glory into glory, 

Till in heaven we take our place: 
Till we. oaal our crowns before Thee, 
Lost in wonder, love and praise. 
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sweat of agony, 
E'en death itself; and all for me 

Who was Thine enemy. 
Then why, O blessed Jesus Christ, 

Should I not love Thee well? 



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Nor of escaping hell; 

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Nor seeking a reward; 
But as Thyself hast loved me, 
O ever-loving Lord ! 

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And in Thy praise will sing; 
Solely because Thou art my God, 
And my eternal King. Amen. 



Thou, Whom my soul admires above. 

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Thai turns aside to paths unknown? 
My constai t feet would never rove, 

Would i .mother love. AiiEN 



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By prostrate spirits day and night 
Incessantly, adored! 

3 How wonderful, how beautiful, 

The sight of Thee must be, 
Thine endless wisdom, boundless power, 
And awful purity ! 



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With deepest, tenderest fears, 
And worship Thee with trembling hope, 
And penitential tears ! 

5 Yet I may love Thee too, O Lord, 

Almighty as Thou art, 
For Thou hast stooped to ask of me 
The love of my poor heart. Amen. 



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That never knew our God, 
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May epeak their joys abroad. 

3 The God of heaven is ours, 

Our Father and our love : 
His care shall guard life's fleeting hours 
Then waft our souls above. 

4 There shall we see His face. 

And never, never sin : 
There, from the rivers of His grace, 
Drink endless pleasures in. 

5 Ye*, and before we rise 

To that immortal state, 



The thoughts of such amazing bliss 

Should constant Joys create. 

6 Children of grace have found 

Glory begun below : 
Celestial fruits on earthly ground 
From faith and hope may grow. 

7 The hill of Siou yields 

,/ A thousand sacred sweets. 

Before we reach the heavenly fields. 
Or walk the golden streets. 

8 Then let our songs abound, 

And every tear be dry ; 
We're trav'ling through Emmanuel's ground 
To fairer worlds on high. Ambn. 



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3 Sing on your heavenly way, 

Ye ransom'd sinners, sing; 



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In Christ the efc rnal King. 
1 So .11 hall ye hear Him say, 
"Ye blessed child* d, cornel m 
Soon will II«- call you heSOfl away, 

Andtak'Ili s home. A&TKJr. 



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The King of love my Shepherd is. 

" The Lord is my Shepherd." 



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And, where the verdant pastures grow, 
With food celestial feedeth. 

3 Perverse an<l foolish, oft I stray'd, 

But yet in love He sought me, 

And on His shoulder gently laid, 
And home, rejoicing, brought me. 



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4 In death's dark vale I fear no ill 

With Thee, dear Lord, beside me; 

Thy rod and staff my comfort still, 
Thy Cross before to guide me. 

5 Thou spreadst a table in my sight, 

Thy unction grace bestoweth, . 
And the transport of delight 
With which my cup o'erfloweth. 



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6 And so, through all the length of days, 
Thy goodness faileth nevt.r; 
Good Shepherd, may I sing Thy praise 
Within Thy house forever! Amen. 



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2 What Thoa ah&lt to-day provide, 

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What to-ji.orrmv may betide, 

Calmly to Thy wisdom leave; 
Tis enough that Thou wilt care; 
Why should I the burden bear ? 



3 As a little child relies 

On a care beyond his own, 
Knows he's neither strong nor wise, 

Fears to stir a step alone, 
Let me thus with Thee abide, 
As my Father, Guard, and Guidp. 



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P&aisb the name of Ood most high. 
Praise Elm, all below the sky, 
Praise Wim t all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Bon, and Holy Ghost ; 
Aa through countless ages past, 
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Weaned from the mother's breast, 



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On Thy faithful word I rest. 
4 Israel! now and evermore 
In the Lord Jehovah trust; 
Him, in all His ways, adore, 

Wise, and wonderful, and just. Amn 



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Thy nature, gracious Lord, impart: 
quickly from above; 

Name upon my heart. 
Tin new, best Name of Xypve, Amw 



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rlis smile its vast dimension fills 
With joy that never dies. 
3 One narrow val •», one darksome wave, 
Divides that land from this; 
I have a Shepherd pledged to save 
And bear me home to bliss. 



4 Soon at His feet my soul will lie, 

In life's last struggling breath; 
But I shall only seem to die, 
I shall not taste of death. 

5 Far from this guilty world, to be 

Exempt from toil and strife; 
To spend eternity with Thee, — 
My Saviour, this is life ! Amen. 



(Courage. 

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My soul, be on thy guard. 

/>v ttrong in the Lord, nnd in tlu power of Hit might.' 



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2 watch, and fight, and pray; 

The battle ne'er give o'er; 

Renew it boldly every day, 

And help divine implore, 

3 Ne'er think the victory won, 

Nor lay thine armour down: 



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Thy arduous work will not be done 
Till thou obtain thy crown. 
4 Fight on, my soul till death 
Shall bring thee to thy God; 

He'll take thee at thy parting breath. 
Up to His blest abode. Amen. 




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On flowery beds <>i' . 
While others fought to win the prize 
And sailed through bloody a 

3 Arc there ie> to. s for nie f<» face? 

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is this file world a friend to grace, 
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l must ill reign; 

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I'll bear the Cross, endure the pain, 
Supported !•■ Thy word. 
6 Thy saints, in all this glorious war, 
Shall conquer, (hough they die; 
They eiew the triumph from afar, 
! seize it with their eye. 
6 When that illustrious day shall rise, 
And :'ll Thy armies shine 
In robes of victory through the skies 
Th • glory shall be Thine. A hen. 



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Rnn the race, Christian, 
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Faltereth never; 
He Who hath loved so well, 
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.lust as it eioseth; 
Raise thy hear:, Christian, 

Ere it repoeeth; 
Thee from the lore of Christ 

Nothing shall sorer; 
And, when thj lone, 

Fraim Him forever. Amen. 



473 



Courage. 

Awake, our souls! away our fears. 

" Let us run with patience, the race that is set before t«." 

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And mortal spirits tire and faint; 
But they forget the mighty God, 

Who feeds the strength of every saint. 
The mighty God. Whose matchless power 

I- ever new, and ever youm:; 
Ami firm endures, while endless years 

Their everlasting circles run. 



From Thee, the overflowing spring, 

Our souls shall drink a full supply; 
While such as trust their native strength, 

Shall melt away, and droop, and die. 
Swift as an eagle cuts the air, 

We'll mount aloft to Thine abode; 
On wings of love oar souls shall fly. 

Nor tire amidst the heavenly road'. Amen. 



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anion. 
A charge to keep I have. 

" Lrt u? labour In ei.t-r inlo thai rest." 




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Assured if I my trust betray. 
I sh J] for ever die. 
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S ipports the fainting heart; 
And oonraga in the evil hour 
His heavenly aids impart. 

3 Mere human energy shall faint, 

Aud youthful vigour cease; 
But those who wait upon the Lord, 
In strength shall still increase. 



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•i They, with unwearied step, shall tread 
The path of life divine ; 
"With growing ardour onward move, 
With growing brightness shine. 

5 On eagles' wings they mount, they soar 
On wings of inith and love; 
Till, past the sphere of earth and sin, 
They rise to heaven above. Amen. 



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And onward urge thy way. 

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To thine uplifted eye. 
4 Then wake, my soul, stretch every nen e, 
And press with vigour on; 
A heavenly race demands thy zeal. 
And an immortal crown, jinn, 



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March in heavenly armour clad: 
Fight, nor think the battle long, 

Victory soon sball tune your song. 

4 Let not sorrow dim your eye, 
Soon shall every tear be dry; 
Let not fears your course impede, 
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Christian soldiers, onward go. 

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Hymns of glory and of praise 
Father, unto Thee we rtu 
Holy. Jesus, praise to Thee 
With the Spirit uver be. Amen. 



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Walking unconcerned in oare, 

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Of living, Lord, to Thee, 
Find their heaven begun below, 

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Heirs of unending life. 

"Work out your own salvation with fear and trrmbling. 



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His be the glory too ! Amen. 



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3 Ye sinners, seek His grace, 

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Supreme o'er earth and heaven, 

Eternal Three In One cenfoae'd. 
Be higheat glory given. 

Aa waa through agee heretofore, 

la now, and shall be evermore, 
By all in earth ami heaven. 



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And life's long shadows break in cloudless love. 
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6 Angels, sing on! your faithful watches keeping; 
Sing us sweet fragments of the songs above; 
Till morning's joy shall md the night of weeping, 
And life's longshadows break in cloudless love. 
Angels of Jesus, etc. Amen. 

Christ leads me through no darker rooms. 

• Lemtimf us an example that ye should follow His steps." 
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4 My knowledge of that life is "-mall; 
The eye of faith is dim; 

But 'tis enough so Christ knows all. 
And I shall be with Him ! Amen. 



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They fade upon the sight ; 
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Be lost in endless night. 

3 Their brightest day, als. how vain ! 

With conscious sighs we own; 
While clouds offeorrow, care, and pain 
O'ershado the smiling noon. 

4 O could our thoughts and wishes fly 

Above these gloomy shades, 
To th se bright worlds beyond th< i sky, 
Which sorrow ne'er invades! — 




5 There, joys unseen by mortrl eyes, 

Or reason's feeble ray, 
In ever-blooming prospects rise, 
Unconscious of decay. 

6 Lord, send a beam of light divine 

To guide our upward aim; 
With one reviving touch of Thine 
Our languid hearts inflame. 

7 Then shall, on faith's sublimest wing. 

Our ardent wishes rise, [spring 

To those bright scenes where pleasures 
Immortal in the skit s. Amen. 



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And never-fading flowers ; 
Death, like a narrow sea, divides 

This heavenly land from ours. 

Bright fields beyond the swelling flood 
Stand dress'd in living green; 

So, to the Jews fair Canaan stood, 
While Jordan roll'd between. 



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To eross the narrow sea; 
And linger, trembling on the brink, 
And fear to launch away. 

5 O could we make our doubts remove, 
Those gloomy doubts that rise, 
And see the Canaan that we love, 
With faith's illumin'd eyes:— 



6 Could we but climb where Moses stood, 
And view the landscape o'er, 
Not Jordan's stream, nor death's cold flood, 
Should fright us from the shore. Amen. 



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'111: t knows dot moon nor sun, 

The light so o iw and golden, 
The light that is but one. 

o Some of fad< less splendour; 

( )t Bowers that fear m> thorn. 

Where they shall dwell as children 
Who here as exiles mourn; 

'Midst power that knows no limit, 

Where wisdom baa no bound, 
Th<- !•• itiflc vision 

Shall glad tin- siiints around. 



happy, holy portion, 
Refection for the blest, 

True vision ot trr.e beauty, 
True cure of the distrest; 

Strive, man, to win that glory; 

Toil, man, to gain that light; 

Send hope before to grasp it, 

Till hope be lost in sight. 

Osweet and blessed country, 
The home of God's elect! 

< » Bweet and bleated country 

That i ager hearts expect! 

. in mercy bring os 

To that dear 1-ind of rest; 

Who art. with God the Father, 

And Spirit, ever blest. Amen. 



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Short toil, eternal rest; 
For mortals and for sinners 

A mansion with the blest. 

2 And now we fight the battle, 

But then shall wear the crown 
Of full and everlasting 

And passionless renown. 
But HeWhoin now we trust in 

Shall then be seen and known; 
And they that know and see Him 

Shall have Him for their own. 

3 The morning shall awaken, 

The shadows shall decay, 



And each true-hearted servant 

Shall shine as doth the day. 
There God, our King and Portion, 

In fulness of His grace, 
Shall we behold for ever, 

And worship face to face. 
4 O sweet and blessed country, 

The home of God's elect ! 
O sweet and blessed country, 

That eager heaits expect! 
Jesus, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest: 
Who art, with God the Father, 

And Spirit, ever blest. Amen. 



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For thee, O dear, dear country. 

•• He that overconetk shall inherit all thing*." 

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2 one. () only mansion ; 
Paradise of joy! 
When tears an- ever banished. 

And smiles have no alloy; 
The Lamb is all thy splendour, 

The Crucified thy praise; 
His laud and benediction 
Thy ransomed people raise. 
8 With jasper glow thy bulwarks, 

Thy streets with emeralds blaze; 
The sard i us and the topaz 

Unite in thee their ra\ 
Thine ageless walls are bonded 

With amethyst unpriced; 
The taints build op its fabric, 

And the corner-atone is Christ 



Thou hast no shore, fair ocean! 

Thou hast no time, bright day! 
Hear fountain of refreshment 

To pilgrims far away! 
Upon the Book of Ages 

They raise thy holy tower; 
Thine is the victor's laurel. 

And thine the golden dower. 
rarest and bleared country, 

The home of God'a elect!' 
() sweet and blessed country, 

Thai aag< r hearts expect! 
Jesus, in mercy bring us 

To that dear land of rest; 
Who art. with God the Father, 

And Spirit, ever blest. Amsn. 



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* Jerusalem, the golden ! 

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All jubilant with >ong, 
And bright with many an angel 

And all the martyr throng. 
The Prince is ever in them, 

Th<- duvlL'ht is w-rene; 
The pastures of the blessed 

Are decked in glorious sheen. 



3 There is the throne of David; 

And there, from care relaxed. 
The shout of them that triumph, 

The song of them that feast. 
And they, who with their Lender 

Hare conquered in the fight, 
For ever and for ever 

Are clad in robes of white. 



4 sweet and blessed country, 
Th- home of God's elect! 
O sweet and blessed country, 

That eager hearts expect! 
Jesus, in mercy bring us 

To that di sir land ol 
Who art. with God the Father, 
And Spirit, ever blest. Amen. 
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Clad in raim< n( pore and whites 

Victor-palms in every hand, 
Through their great Kedeemor's might, 

Mor< than oanauer I ind. 



■'< Sanger, thirst, disease unknown. 
On immortal fruits they I 
Them tin Lamb amidst the throne, 

Shall to Living fountains lead : 
.lo\ and gladness banish *it:hs; 

t love <lis|u Is their fi-ars ; 
\n<l tor . \. r from tin ir eyes, 

God shall wip away theit tears, avium 



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Theee from yr«-at affliction came; 

b fore the throne of God, 
Beal'd with His eternal Name: 
Clad in raiment pore and wbite, 

7tetor-palma En every hand, 
Through their jrre»t Redeemer's might, 
More than conqnerora they fctand. 



3 Hunger, thirst, disease unknown, 
On immortal fruits they feed; 
Tin in tin- Lamb amidst the throne, 
Shall to living fountains lead: 

Joy itnd riadneaa banish aighe; 

t lov.- d isp*- Is their fear* ; 
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God shall wipe away their tear*. Axt.r 



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O Mother dear, Jerusalem ! 

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9 O happy harbotu of God's saints I 
O sweet and pleasant soil! 
In Ihee no sorrow can be found, 
Nor grief, nor cure, nor toil. 

3 No murky cloud o'ershadows thee, 

Nor gloom, nor darksome night; 
But every sonl shines as the sun; 
For God Himself gives light. 

4 my sweet home, Jerusalem! 

Thy joys when shall I see? 
The Kin^ that sitteth on thy throne 
In His felicity ? 



5 Thy gardens and thy goodly walks 

Continually are green, 
Where grow such sweet and pleasant 
As nowhere else are seen. [flowers 



6 Right through the streets, with pleasing 
The living waters flow. [sound, 

And on the banks, on either side, 
The trees of life do grow. 

7 Those trees each month yield ripen'd fruit-, 
For ever more they spring, 

And all the nations of the earth 
To thee their honours bring. 

8 O Mother dear, Jerusalem ! 
When shall I come to thee? 

When shall my sorrows have an end? 
Thy joys when shall I see ? Amen. 



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Jerusalem, my happy home. 

'• Doit gient rity, the holy J, riisul'in." 



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And pearly gates behold ? [walls I Or feel at death dismay ? 

Thy bulwarks with salvation strong, I've Canaan's goodly land in view, 

And streets of shimng gold? And realms of endless day. 



3 There happier bowers than Eden's bloom, 
Nor sin nor sorrow know: 
Blest seats! through rude and stormy 
I onward press to you. [scenes 



5 Apostles, martyr ■, prophets, there 
Around my Saviour stand: 
Ami soon my friends in Christ below 
Will join the glorious band. 



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6 Jerusalem, my happy home, 
My soul still pants for thee* 
Then shall my labours hav an end, 
When 1 thy joys shall see. 



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'That onoe has borne the cross, [band 



To bi auti < us Iaradise, 
Where snsc can scaice its full fruition 



Or tongue lor praise suffice; 
Glad alleluias ringing 

With rapturous rebound, 
And rich Losannas singing 

Eternity's long round. 



With all the company tbat won that land, 

By counting gain lor lots, 
Now float in freedom's lightness, 

From tyrants' chains :it tree; 
And shine like suns in brightness, 
Arrayed to welcome me. 

8 Unnumber'd choirs before the Lamb's high throne 

There shout the jubilee, 
With loud resounding peal and sweeter tone, 

In blissful testacy: 
A hundred thousand voices 

Take up the wondrous song; 
Eternity rejoices 

God's praises to prolong. Amen. 



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Jerusalem! high tower thy glorious walls! 

1 •• Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into (he heart of man 
the things which God hath prepared for them that love Him." 



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When shall that hour have come, [hour! 
When my rejoicing soul its own free power 
use in going home ? 
is giving, 
In trust to His own hand, 
To dwell among the living, 
In that blest Fatherland 

A moment'-, time, the twinkling of an eye, 

Shall be enough to soar, 
In buoyant exultation, through the sky, 

And reach the heavenly shore. 
Elijah's chariot bringing 

The homeward trav* Her there; 
Glad troops of angels winging 

It onward through the air. 



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4 Great fastness thou of honour! thee I greet! 

Throw wide thy gracious gate, 
An entfaace free to give these longing feet; 

At last released, though late, 
From wretchedness and sinning, 

And life's long weary way; 
And now, of God's gift, winning 

Eternity's bright day. 

5 "What throng is this, what noble troop, 

Arrayed in beauteous guise, [that pours, 
Out through the glorious city's open doors, 

To greet my wondering i 
The hosti of ( !hrist'fl 1 l< cted, 

that H bean 
In His own crown, selected 

To v. my tears. 



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xiiL-MiscinLANEous. 

O Lord, Thy mercy, my sure hope. 

" Thy mercy, Lord, reacheth unto tin heavens, and Thy faithfidneu mmte the 

clouds." 



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2 Thy justice like the hills remains, 

Unfathom'd depths Thy judgments are; 
Thy providence the world sustains, 
The whole creation is Thy care. 

I Since of Thy goodness all partake, 

"With what assurance should the just 

Thy sheltering wings their refuge make, 

And saints to Thy protection trust ! 



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J Such guests shall to Thy courts be led, 
To banquet on Thy love's repast ; 
And drink, as from a fountain's head, 
Of joys that shall for ever last 

5 With Thee the springs of life remain , 
Thy presence is eternal day; 
O let Thy saints Thy favour gain. 
To upright hearts Thy truth display. 

Amen. 



499 



My soul, inspired with sacred love. 

tkt Lord, in'/ Mmt: mid nil thnl is within m', praise His holy Name.' 



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God's holy Name for ever bless; 

Of all IF is favours mindful prove, 

And still thy grateful thanks BXpTOOB. 



3 The Lord abounds with tender love 
And unexampled acts of grace; 
His waken'd wrath doth slowly move, 
His willing mercy flies apace. 



I 1 He thai ill thy sins forgives, 1 God will not always harshly chide, 

And after sickness makes thee sound; Bui with His anger quickly part; 

From danger He thy Lift retrieves, And loves His punishment to guide 

hv Him with grace and mercy crown'd. More by His love than our desert. 

5 As fur as 'tis from eiist to West, 

So for has He our sins removed; 

Who, with a father's tend- r breast, 
11. such as fear Him always loved \.\hn 



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He howed the heavens, and came down, and it icas dark under His feet. 

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And He, as sovereign Lord and King, 
For evermore shall reign. Amen. 



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"Jesus said unto him, I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life." 



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Proclaims Thy conquering arm, 
And those who put their trust in Thee 
Nor death nor hell shall harm. 



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i Thou art the Way, the Truth, the Life; 
Grant us that way to know, 
That truth to keep, that life to win. 
Whore joys fternal flow. Amen. 



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H&tateUaneou*. 

( rod moves m a mysterious way. 

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With never-failing skill, 
He treasures up His bright designs, 
And works His sovereign will. 

irfdl saints, fresh courage take; 
The clouds ye so much dread 
Are big with men y, and shall break 
In bl Bsing • i m j qui head. 
\ Judge not the Lord by feeble a nse, 
But trust Him lor His grace: 



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He hides a smiling face. 
5 His purposes will ripen fast, 

Unfolding every hour: 
The bud may have a bitter taste, 

But sweet will be the flower. 
<5 Blind unbelief is sure to err, 

And scan His work in vain; 
God is His own interpreter, 

And He will make it plain. Amen. 



Happy, thrice happy they, who hear. 

•■ Bletsed it the people, Lord, thai <nn vjnire in Thee." 



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Whos( oonqui sts from Thy favour spring: 

The Lord of hosts is 1 111 

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The Lord my pasture shall prepare. 

" The Lord is my Shepherd; therefore cm, / lack nothing." 



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Or on the thirsty mountain pant. 
To fertile vales and dewy meads 

weary, wandering steps He 1< ada 
Where peaceful rivers, soft and slow, 
Amid the verdant landscape flow. 



3 Though in the paths of death I tread, 
With gloomy horrors overspread, 
My steadfast heart shall fear no ill, 
For Thou, O Lord, art with me still ; 
Thy friendly crook shall give me aid, 
And guide me through the dreadful shade 



OLOEIA PATBT. 

To God the Father, God the Son, 

And God the Spirit, Throe in One, 

Be glory in the highest given, 

By all in earth, and all in heaven, 

As was through ages heretofore, 

Is now, and shall be evermore. Amen. 






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Whence the healing streams do flow; 
Let the fiery cloudy pillar 
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TV moon, that nightly rules th" hl;y, 
With irtara of feebler lig) 



O what is man, that, Lord, Thou lov'st 

To keep him in Thy mind ? 
Or what his offspring, that Thou prov'st 

To them so wondrous kind ? 
O Thou to Whom all creatures bow 

Within this earthly frame, 
Through all th'- world how great art Thou? 
Thy Amen. 



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2 Whate'er eveuts betide, 

Thy wisdom times them all; 
Then, Lord, Thy servant safely hide 
From those that seek his fall. 

3 The bright less of Thy face 

To me, O Lord, disclose; 
And as Thy mercies still increase, 
Preserve me from my foes. 

6 Ye that ou God rely, 

Courageously proceed; • 
For He will still your hearts supply 
"With strength in time of need. Amen. 



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To such as fear Thy Name, 

Which Thou, for those that trust Thy 
Dost to tho world proclaim ! ("care, 

5 O all ye saints, the Lord 
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His chariots Of wrath 

Deep thunder-clouds form 
And dark is His path 

On the wings of the storm. 

3 The earth, with its store 

Of wonders untold, 
Almighty, Thy powtr 

Hath founded of old— 
Hath atablished it fast 

By a changoleoa decree, 
And round it hath cast, 

Like a mantle, the sea. 
4 Thy bountiful care 

What tongue can recite? 
It breathes in the air, 

It shines in the light; 
It streams from the hills; 

It daacanda to the plain, 
And swe tly distils 

In the dew and the \ 



5 Frail children of dust, 

And feeble as frail, 
In Thee do we trust, 

Nor find Thee to fail; 
Thy mercies, how tender, 

How firm to the end, 
Our Maker, Defender, 

Redeemer, and Friend ! 

6 O measureless might, 

Ineffable Love ! 
"While angt-Is delight 

To hymn Thee above, 
The ransomed creation, 

Though feeble their Lays, 
With true adoration 

Shall lisp to Thy praise. 

GLORIA PATRL 

By angels in heaven 

Of every degree, 
And saint* upon earth, 

All praise be addresa'd 
To God in Three Persona, 

One God ever bless'd ; 
As It ha* be^n, now Is, 

And always shall he. Am ax 



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And bring me home at last. Amen. 



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2 I delivered thee when bound, 

And when wounded healed thy wound; 
Sought thee wandering, set thee right, 
Turned thy darkness into light 

3 Can a woman's tender care, 
Cease toward the child she bare? 
Yes, she may forgetful be, 

Yet will I remember thee. 

4 Mine i3 an unchanging love, 
Higher than the heights above, 
Deeper than the depths beneath, 
Free and faithful, strong as death. 

6 Thou shalt see My glory soon, 
"When the work of grace is done ; 
Partner of My throne shall be; 
Say, poor sinner, lovest thou Me? 

6 Lord, it is my chief complaint, 
That my love is weak and faint; 
Yet I love Thee and adore; 
O for grace to love Thee morel 



GLORIA PATRI. 

Holy Father, Holy Son, 
floly Spirit, Three in One, 
Glory, as of old, to Thee, 
Now, and evermore shall be. 



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Protect me thro' my life's short day; 

In all my acts may wisdom guide 
And keep me. Saviour, mar Thy side. 

3 Correct, reprove, and comfort me; 
As I have need; my Saviour be; 
And if I should from Thee depart) 
Then clasp me, Saviour, to Thy heart 

4 In fierce temptation's darkest hour 
Save me from sin and Satan's power: 
Tear every idol from Thy throne, 

And reign, my Saviour, reign alone. Amen. 



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'•Mi/ times are in Tin/ hand.** 




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All our ways shall ever be 
Order'd by His wise decree. 



3 Times of sickness, times of health. 
Blighting want, and cheerful wealth, 
All our pleasures, all our pains, 
Come, and end, as God ordains. 



2 May we always own Thy hand, 
Still to Thee surrender'd stand, 
Know that Thou art God alone, 
We and ours are all Thv own ! Amen. 



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As the waters fail from the sea, and the flood decayeth and drieth up ; so 

Iveth down and riseth not tilt tiie heavens be no viore they shall 

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To share II is blest abode. 

5 Cheer'd by this hope, I wait, 

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And forever bar the skies : 
Then, though sinners cry without, 
He will say, "I know you not." 

3 Mournfully will they exclaim: 
"Lord, we have professed Thy name; 
We have ate with Thee, and heard 
Heavenly teaching in Thy word." 

4 Vain, alas, will be their plea, 
Workers of iniquity; 

Sad their everlasting lot; 

Christ will say, "I know you not" 



GLORIA PAT HI. 

Holy Father, Holy Son, 

Holy Spirit. Three in One, 

Glory, as of old to Thee, 

Uow, and evermore shall be. Amjcn. 



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Where I may rest in peace, from sorrow free. 



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Love is meek, and thinks no wrong, 
Love than death itself more strong; 

Therefore, idve us Love. 

3 Prophecy Will l';tde away, 
Melting in the light of day; 
Love will ever with us stay; 

Therefore, give 08 Love, 

4 Faith will vanish into Bight; 
Hope be emptied In delight; 

Love in heaven will shine more bright; 
Therefore, give as Love 

6 Faith and Hope and Love we sea 
Joining hand in hand agree; 
But the greatest of the thi 

And the best, is Love. 

C From the overshadowing 
Of Thy gold and Bilver wing, 
Shed 00 us who to Thee sing, 
llolv, heavenly Love. 



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Holy Father, Holj Bon, 
Holy Spirit, Three in one. 
Alleluia? round Thy throne 
Rise eternally. Ame*. 



j-ttterrllanrous. 



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I heard the voice of Jesus say. 

He thai cometh to Me thall never hunger, and he thai believeth in Me shall C. M . IJ. 
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2 I heard th^ voire of Jesus say, 

"Behold. I free ly irive 
The living water, thirsty one, 

Stoop down, and drink, and live:" 
I came to Jesos, and I drank 

Of that lite-id vine: stream ; 
My thirst was quenched, my soul revived, 

And now I live in Him. 



3 I heard the voice of Jesus say, 

'•I am this dark world's Liirht; 
Look unto Mp. thy morn shall rise, 

And fdl thy day l»e bright:" 
I looked to Jesus, and I found 

In him mv Star, mv Sun: 
And in that light of life I'll walk 

Till travelling days are done. Amen. 



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rryr\ Praise, my soul, the King of heaven. 

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Praise Him still the same aa ever, 
slow to chide, and swift to bli 

Alleluia ! Alleluia ! 
Glorious in His (aithfalni 



3 Father-like, He tends and spares us, 
Well our reeble frame He knows; 
In His hands He gently hears us, 
Etescnes OS from all our foes: 

Alleluia! Alleluia ! 
Widely yet His mercy flows. 



4 Angels in the height adore Him! 
behold Him face to I 
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Gathered in from every race: 

Alleluia ! Alleluia! 

Praise with ua the God of grace. Amen. 



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jrHisrcUannws. 

Guide me, O Thou great Jehovah. 

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Let the fiery, cloudy pillar 
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3 Food me with the heavenly manna 
In this barren wilderness ; 
Be my sword, and shield, and banner; 
Be the Lord my righteousness. 



4 When I tread the verge of Jordan, 
Bid my anxious fears subside ; 
Death of death, and hell's destruction, 
Land me safe on Canaan's side. 

GLORIA PATRI. 

Praise the Father, earth and heaven, 
Praise the Son. the Spirit praise, 

As it was. and is. be given 
Glory through eternal days. Amen. 



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In my hand no price I bring, 
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When mine eyelids close in death, 
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All my hope from Thee I bring; 
Cover my defeneeless head 

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Gloria Patri. 
Holy Father, Fount of light, 
God of wisdom, goodness, might: 
Holy Son. Who cam's! to dwell 

God with us, Emmanuel; 
Holy spirit, heavenly Dove, 
God of comfort, peace, and love, 
Evermore be Thou adored, 

Holy. Holy, Holy Lord. Amk*. 



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A-MT.N. 



2 Other refuge have l none, 

Bang! my helpless soul on Thee: 
Leave, ah, leave me doI alone, 
still rapport and comforl me: 
All my trust on Thee is stayM. 

All my bone from Thee l bring; 
Cov«t my defenceless bead 

With tho shadow of Thy win? 



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I 

(Jl.oRIA PATRI. 

Holy Father, Fount of liirht. 
Cod of wisdom, goodness, might: 

Holy Son, Who oam'st to dwell 
God with us. Emmanuel; 
Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, 
God Of comfort, peace, and love, 
Evermore be Thou adored, 
Poly, Holy. Holy Lord Awk*. 



O&ioria patrt. 



L.M. 

PRvisr God from Whom all blessings flow; 
Praise Him all ereutures here below: 
Praise Hun above, ye heavenly host; 
Praise Father. Son. and Holy Ghost, Ami :s. 

L. M. 

To Father. Son. and Holy Ghost, 

The God Whom earth and heaven adore, 

Be glory, is it was of old, 

Is now. and shall be evermore. Amen. 

c. if. 

To Father. Bon, and Holy Ghost, 

The God Whom we adore, 
Be glory, as it was, is now, 

And shall be evermore. Amen 

0. >I. D. 

To praise the Father, and the Son, 

And Spirit all-divine, — 
The One in Three, and Three in One 

nuntti and angels join; — 
Glory to Thee, bless'd Three in One, 

The God Whom we adore. 
As was. and is. and shall be done, 

Wbeu time shall be no more. Am_en. 

S. M. 

To God the Father, Son, 

And Spirit, glory be, 
As was. and is, and shall be 80 
To all eternity. Amen. 

S. M. D. 
Praise as in agee past. 

Praise as in glory now. 
Praise while eternity shall last, 

To Thee, O God we vow: 
Whom all the heavenly host 

And saint.-; on earth adore; 
To Father, Son. and Holy Ghost 

Be glory evermore. Amen. 

8.8.f> 

To Father. Son, and Holy Ghost. 

The <J"d Whom heaven's triumphant host 
And saints on earth adore, 

Be glory as in agee past. 

As now it is. ai 1 BO shall last 
When time t aall be no more. Ambn 

8.8:8.8:8.8. 
To God the Father. God the Son, 
And God the Spirit. Three in One, 
Be glory in the highest given, 
By all in earth and all in heaven, 
As was through ages heretofore, 
la now, and shall be evermore. Ahev. 

8.8.8:8.8.8. 
To Father. Bon, and Holy Ghost, 
The God Whom heaven's triumphant host 

And suffering saints on earth adore, 
Be glory as in 
As now it is, and so shall last 

When time itself t-hall be no more, 



8.7:8 7:* 
To Father, Son, and Spirit bless'd 

Supreme o'er earth and heaven, 
Eternal Three in One confess'd, 

Be highest glory | 
As was throuch ag es heretofore, 
\» now, and *hall be evermore, 

By all in earth and heaven. 



7.7.7.7. 
Holt Father, Holy Son, 
Holy Spirit, Three in One! 
Glory, as of old. to Thee, 
Now, and evermore shall be! 

7.7: 7.7:7.7. 



Praise the Name of God most high. 
Praise Him, all below the eky, 
Praise Him, all ye heavenly host, 
Father, Sou, and Holy Ghost; 
As through countless ages past. 
Evermore His praise 6hall last. Ambn. 

7. r <. 7. 7: 7.7.7.7. 
Holt Father, fount of light, 
God of wisdom, goodness, might: 
Holy Son, Who cam'st to dwell, 
God with us, Emmanuel; 
Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove, 
God of comfort, peace, and love; 
Evermore be Thou adored, 
Holy, holy, holy Lord. Amen. 
N. B.— For metre Ten 7s. begin this doxology by 
prefixing the last two lines, thus:— 
Holy, Holy, Holy Lord, 
Evermore be Thou adored, 
Holy Father, etc. 

8.7:8.7. 
Praise the Father, earth and heaven, 

Praise the Son, the Spirit praise, 
As it was, and is, be given 

Glory through eternal days. Amen. 

8.7.8.7:8.7.8.7. 
Let the voice of all creation, 

Earth and heaven's triumphant host, 
Praise the God of our salvation, 

Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. 
See the heavenly elders casting 

Golden crowns before His throne: 
Alleluias everlasting, 

Be to Him, and Him alone. Amen. 

8.7.8.7:4.7. 
Great Jehovah I we adore Thee, 

God the Father, God the Son, 
God the Spirit, join'd in glory 
On the same eternal throne; 

Endless praises 
To Jehovah, Three in One. Amzn. 

8.7.8.7:7.7. 
To the Father, throned in heaven. 

To the Saviour, Christ, His Son, 
To the Spirit, praise be given, 

Everlasting Three in One: 
As of old, the Trinity 
Still i? worshipped, still shall be. Amen. 

10.10.10.10. 
To God the Father, and to God the Son, 
To God the Holy 8pirit, Three in One, 
Be praise from all on earth and all in heaven, 
As was, and is, and ever shall be given. Akm. 

5.5.5.-5:6.5.6.5. 
By angels in heaven 

Of every degree, 
And saints upon earth, 

All praise be address'd, 
To God in Three Persons, 

One God ever bless'd; 
As it has been, now is, 

And always shall be 



ffilorta tfatri. 



6.6.6.6. 

To Father and to Son, 

And Holy Ghost, to Thee, 
Eternal Three in One. 

Eternal glory be. Amen. 

64.6.6:6.6.6.6. 

So Father, and to Son, 

And, Holy ohost, to Thee, 
Eternal Three in One, 

Eternal glory be; 
As nath been, and is now, 

And shall be evermore: 
Before Thy throne we bow, 

And Thee our God adore. Amkn. 

7.6.7.6:7.6.7.6. 
O Father ever glorious, 

O everlasting Son, 
O Spirit all victorious. 

Thrice Holy Three in One, — 
Great God of our salvation, 

Whom earth and heaven adore, 
Piaise, glory, adoration, 

Be Thiut for evermore. Amen. 

6.6.4:6.6.6.4. 
To Father and to Son 
And Spirit. Three in One, 

All praise be given, 
As hath been heretofore 
And shall be evermore: 
Let all His Name adore 

In earth and heaven. Amen. 

8.6.8.4. 
To Father, Son. and Spirt, prai W 
From earth and heaven ascend: 
The loftieal notes thai saints can raise 
World without end. Amkn. 



ii tin i s »n, 

Holv spirit. Threo UJ 
Alleluias round Tliy throne 
Bise eternally. Amen. 



f. 6.6 6:8.6. 

To God the Father, Son, 

And Spirit, ever bleee'd, 
Eternal Three in One, 
All worship be addre«a'd. 
As heretofore 
It was, is now, 
And shall be so 
For evermore. Amen. 
6.5.6.5. 
Glort to the Father, 

Glory to the Son, 
And to Thee, blest Spirit, 
Whilst all ages run. Amen. 

8.4,8.4:8.8.8.4. 
Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, 

Thou One in Three 
Praise to Thine eternal merit, 

All praise to Thee : 
From the morning of creation, 
From the tribes of every nation, 
Glory, power, and adoration, 
Thine ever be. Amen. 
8.S8.6. 
O nor.T Father. Holy Son, 
And Holy Spirit, Three in One, 
As was, and is, and shall be done, 
Glory to Thee, O Lord. Amen. 
R*. '.s. 
Laud and honour to the Father, 
Laud and honour to the Son, 
Laud and honour to the Spirit, 

Ever Three and ever One, 
O-nsubstantiai, Co-eternal, 
While unending a_ r es run. Aura. 
■ 8.8. 
Ait, praise t > the Father, the Son. 

And Spirit, thrico holy and bless'd, 
Th' eternal supreme Three in One. 
Was, is, and shall still be addreoa'd. Amf.*. 
11.11,11.11. 
O Father, Almighty, to Thee be addressed. 
With Christ and the Spirit. One God ever bless'd. 
All glory and worship from earth and from heaven. 
As was, and is now, and shall ever be given. Ambw. 



Come, let us adore Him, come bow at His feet. 



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INDEX OF HYMNS AND TUNES. 



Htmk. First Lisi. Author ov Hymn. Tux*. Coscposm oi Sovrcv- 

474. A charge to keep I have Rev. C. Wesley, 1762... .Southwell Denhams Psalter 

28 A few more years shall roll H. Bonar, D.D., 1856.. .Chalvey Rev. Dr. Hayne. 

365 A glory gilds the sacred page. . William Co-wper Heysham J. Wilson. 

397 A mountaiu fastness is our God Tr. Bp. Whittingham. .Ein' Feste Burg. . .Luther, 1529. 

335 . Abide with rae ; fast falls the eventide ....Rev.H. F. Lyte, r8 47 . . . \ Sw&V&^V' \ f ' %' ff^l , 

si"*' ( lroyte s Lnant^j/L H. D. Troyte. 

211. According to Thy gracious word J. Montgomery, 1825 St. John, Westrn. . .James Yurie, 186a. 

42 1 Adored for ever be the Lord Metrical Psalm Tiverton Grigg. 

156 Again the Lord of life and light Anna L.Barbauld, 1773. Hermann A'. Hermann. 

382 Ah, how shall fallen man Dr. Watts, 1 709-1720.. . .St. Bride Dr. Howard, 1770. 

379 Ah, not like erring man is God Bp. H. U. Onderdonk.. .Redhead, No. 12. ..Ancient Melody. 

371. All glorious God, what hymns of praise. Dr. Doddridge, 1755 Brockham Dr. J. Clark, 1700. 

72 All glory, laud, and honour gth C. tr. Rev. Dr. Neale.Sl. Theodulph M. Teschner, 1613. 

424 All hail the power of Jesus' Name Edw. Perronet, „fe. . . . \ {g^Ifi $ \ \ \ O.HoIden. 

92 All is o'er, the pain, the sorrow Rev. J. Moultrie, 1851 . .Dresden Dres.Hymn-B. 1767. 

405 All people that on earth do dwell William Kethe (/) 1561 . -j ° ld SF^jJj ^)SH!!' ^"JS, 

430. Alleluia, song of gladness 13M C. Dulce Cannen M> chad Haydn. 

166 Almighty Father, bless the word J. Montgomery Grace Church Pleyel. 

511 Almighty God, 1 call to Thee Luther Gloria Paschali Hans Kugelmann. 

311 Almighty Lord, before Thy throne Anne Steele, 1760 Redhead, No. 20... R. Redhead. 

442 Although the vine its fruit deny Bp. H. U. Onderdonk. . . Iiabakkuk Dr. Edw. Hodges. 

47 1 Am I a soldier of the Cross Dr. Watts Marlow Old English Tune. 

206 And are we now brought near to Go.l . . Dr. Doddridge Horsley // './ 7. < r.sU-y.Mus.Bac. 

433 . Angel bands, in strains sweet sounding . Pro/. John De Wolf. ...\ %£%£& gj • • • .g.GanniUtt. 

24 Angels from the realms of glory J. Montgomery, 1819. . . Regent Square Henry Smart. 

.'.,,.. , \ Thomas Scott, 1769. . . . I Arimathea (1) C. F. A'. 

101 . Angels, roll the rock away j j. Gibbons, 1784. . ... 1 Firth (2) R.A. Firth. 

1 53 Another six days' work is done Dr. Stennett, 1712 Intercession Ar. Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

399 Approach, my soul, the mercy-seat Rev. J. Newton, 1779 — Spohr L. Spokr, 1784-1859. 

328 Arise, my soul, with rapture rise Samuel J. Smith Eisenach Schein, 1586-1630. 

237 Arm of the Lord, awake, awake Wm. Shrubsole, 1795 . . . Bartholdy Mendelssohn. 

242 Arm these Thy soldiers, mighty Lord. ..Bp. Chr. Wordsworth .. Peterborough Ch.Psal.irHymn-B. 

/ . , ,. n ■_— M I 6V - Stephen the Sabaite, j Neale (1) Rev. J. H '. Hopkins. 

514 Art thou weary, art thou langu.d j JJ ^ £ Nealg j Mason (j) Catholic Hymns. 

246 As by the light of opening day Rev. 7. Newton, 1779.. .. Wiltshire &ir George Stuart. 

358 As now the sun's declining rays Tt.R' v. J. Chandler, 1^7 .St. Olave Joseph Bamby, rf$6i. 

61 As o'er the past my memory strays Bp. Middleton, d. 1822. . Hersal W. Lockett. 

452 As, panting in the sultry beam John Bo7vdler, 1815 St. Martin Sir G.J. Elvey. 

451 As pants the hart for cooling streams.. .Metrical Psalm St. Olave Joseph Bamby. 

155 As pants the wearied hart for coolinir I -*■,., - > (St. Austin (1) V. Gee, R. A.M. .En* 

'springs f Metrical Psalm - g^ u) \fendelssohn. 

°62 \s 'he* wed flower that seen tst he morn. Cunningham Intercession St. A that, s Tune-B. 

450 As. when the weary traveller gains Rer. J. Newton Germany Beet hoi en. 

45 As with gladness men of old W. C. Dix, i860 Dix Conrad Kocher 

260 Asleep in Jesus ! blessed sleep ! Mrs. Mackay, .832 | g^™"^ .' V. \ . J H. ^hefikerd. 

100 At the Lamb's high feast we sing Tr. R. Campbell, 1850. . .Salsbur^h Sebastian Hack. 

493 Awake, and sing the song Wm. Hammond, 1745. • • Festal Song //'. //. W. [1872]. 

332 A wake, mv soul, and with the sun Bp. Ken. 1709 Morning Hymn .. Bartholemen, rjtm, 

476 Awake, my soul, stretch every nerve. . Dr. Doddridge Christmas Handel. 

120 Awake, my soul, to joyful lays Snmnel Medio,, *j*>. . . . { J^^W^^ 5 ' 

_,o AAdkcoursouis' away our fears Dr. Watts Militant J. \V. Elliott. 

119 Awake, re saints, awake E. Scott. iy6g St. Mark J. Pear ce. Mns. But 

409 Hefore Jehovah's awful throne Dr. Watts, 1719 St. Faith />'. 1731 

359 Before the ending of the d?y St. A mbrose.->j^Xr.Nea/e. Redhead. No !3 tleds. 



INDEX OF HYMNS AND TUNE8. 

r * «•* FimwrLis*. Author of Hymh. Tun*. Composer o» Sonet? 

807 i I* >rd we t>ow Francis S. Key Christ Church Dr. Ste'ggall. 

±19 Begin, inv soul, the exalted lay J. Ogilvie, 1753 Treves H. Isaac, 1490. 

180 Behold a humble train St. Helena . Ar. W. H. Monk, . 

123 Behold the glories ol the Lamb /V. Watts, 1696 St. Kulbert... . Dr. Gauntlett. 

80 Behold the Lamb of God 1/. Bridges, 1848 Ecce Agnus Dei ..IV. ff. W. [1861]. 

364 Behold the morning sun Dr. Watts, 1719 Thatcher Handel. 

378. Rthold the Saviour < I man kind Rev. J. Newton Bangor W. Tansur. 1736. 

249- He still, my hea-t th seanxious carts.. Rev. J. Newton Rockirijhan Or. Miller. 

410 Bless God, my soul; Thou, Lord Metrical Psalm Eisenach J. H. Sckein. 

315 Blest be the tie that binds John Fawcett, 1772 Boylston Dr. Lowell Mason. 

149 Blest day of God ! most Calm Rev. J. Mason, 1683 Vigils St. Albans Tune-B 

82 Bound upon the accursed tree Dean Milman, 1827 St. Anselm Rev. J.JL tfopkin . 

209 M of !.«.»«.'. on Th« we feed J«UU ,„„.,,,. ,8 2J { «-**« £>.. ■ • • . £ ^(J-g-igg; 

207. Bred „l ,l,c world, in mercy broken *,. //,«,, ,8 2 , j g^SI W^!^^ &SST 

472 Breast the wave. Christian Joseph Stammers, 1830. .Good Cheer George W. Warren. 

491 Uriel life is here our nortion \ St - Bernard of Mor- \ St. AlphegC (1) ..Dr. Cauntlett. 
4«1 line! lite is here our portion j fej .^ „ 40i tr _ AWf> \ Noel (2) ^ H j^ [ l86o i. 

37 Hrightestand best of the sons of the » „. ,, , Q I Santa Lrura (1).. JC. ^. Barrett. 

morning f B P- 1Icber , l8 " j VVebbe (2) Samuel Webbe. 

224 By cool Siloam's shady rill B/>. Heber, 1812 Siloam St. Albans Tune-B. 

26 ('aim on the listening ear of night E. II. Sears, 1838 St. Agnes Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

449.Ch,ldrcn of the heavenly King John Cennick, t 74 *....\ ?S's H ) y m n( 2 ){^/" V """ r, l7& °' 

i Elvey (1) S/r G. J. £/-rr. 

282 ( 'brist is made the sure foundation Sarum Brev., tr. Neale. < Oriel (2) y/ ncient Melody . 

f Regent Square {$)ffenry Smart. 

279 Christ is our Corner-stone 8th C, tr. 7. Chandler. . Harewood Dr. S. S. Wesley. 

486 Christ leads me through no darker/ „., , r, . M (Covert (1) S7. Alban's T. Hook 

rooms \Richard Baxter, i68i...-j Northampton (2). ZV. C>«/*, 1700. 

106 Christ the Lord is risen again 1531, tr. C. Winftviorth. . Wirtemburg German. 

98.Cr.risr the ..ord is r, s en to-day A* C. W«Uy, . 743 ... j *»**, « £*«{»*JK 

331 Christ, Whose glory fills the skies Rev. C. Wesley Ratisbon Werner {ffavergat} 

aa i'i,„.,;„„ 1 ,u r m »i i J St. Andrew 0/ Crete, J St. And.ofCrete(i)/?rt». Dr. Dykes. 

68. < hnstian! dost thou see them? -j 732( tr . AV .,// j Kiel (2. Hymns East. Ch. 

21 Ciu istiaus, awake, salute the happy morn John Byrotn, <I. 1763 ...Yorkshire Wainright, 1768. 

131. Conic, gracious Spirit, heavenly Dove.. Simon Browne, 1720 ..Intercession A r. Rev. Dr. Dykes, 

25 Come hither, ye faithful Tr. Rev. E. Cos-wall Ydeste Fideles J. Reading, A. 1692. 

127 Come, I loly Ghost, Creator, come A Latin Hymn, 12th ('.. St. fiances G. A. Lohr. 

2?*±. ome, Holy Ghost, Eternal God The Ordinal Tallis's Ordinal Parker's Psalter. 

137 Come, Holy Ghost, our souls Inspire gth C, tr. B/>. Cosin Vcni Creator AVr-. J. ff. Ifo/>kins- 

355 Come, Holy Ghost, with God the Son St. Ambrose, tr. V . '■ R.e I head, No, 4 — Ancient Melody. 

135 Come, Holy Spirit, come Joseph Hart. 1750 St. Helena \r. W. II. Monk. 

128 Come, Holy Spirit, heavenly Dove Dr. Wafts St. V rnes Rev. Dr Dykes. 

208 Come, let us join our cheerful songs C. Wesley, Dr. Watts.. .St. Kulbert Dr. Gaunt lett. 

,_,, , . , , , „ .. ... . I Horsley (1) W.Horsley. Mus.B. 

188 < ome,let us join our friends above Rev. < . Wesl, , Totte n>uim(2). ..T. Greater ex. 

880. Come, my soul, thou must be wak- ) Von Canite, tr. Dr. A r- J Franc (1) .... Guil. Franc. 1557. 

in<; . . . ." )' nold, 1S38 / Haydn (2) Ar. W.W. Rousseau. 

_,_, - , ., ,, „ ,- ( Brasted (l) Peter Weimar. 

401 I ome, my soul, thy suit prepare Rev. j. Netvton, 1779. j Battishill (2) J. Battiskill. 

272 Come, pure hearts, in sweetest mea- I Adam of St. r: tor, tr. ijubal (t) />'-. ff. S. Cutler. 

sin e^ j R. < am/6ell ( Arnsbergh (a) Freylingkauseuifo^, 

9 Come, quickly come, dread Judge , rutti.tt^ ,^- ( Eaton (i> Wyville. 

A \\ j /w< • 7 '- / ''"" // ' b - ,8 ~>- ( St. JudeCt W.N. Monk. 

102 Come, sec the plai e where Jesuslay . . . TkomasS. Kelly, i8ao Magdalen College.. />r. I/ayes. 

428 I ome, Thou Almighty King \fadan y s Collection . .Moscow Giardini [W.ft.W,\ 

462 Come, ye that love the Lord Dr. Watts, 1709 Olmutz Dr. Lowell Mas™. 

381 I ome, ye sinners, poor and needy ?;>w//: //./>/, i- 1 ... Saxe-Weimar I nc't Melody, 1648. 

808 .Come, ye thankful people, come • ' x l -«..rge Sir G.J. Elvey. 

129 Creator Spirit, by Whose aid gtk C, tr. Dryden Linden German. 

116 Crown Hun CTOWW if. Bridges, 1 C Pia.lemata Sir G. J. Elvey. 

354 Dawn purplesallthc Last with light sv dhead, No. 4 R. Redhead. 

481 Day of Judgment, day of wonders Rev. J. ' . Goudimel's 146th ..Frenc k Psalte*, 1565. 

tbatdavof mo-.irnlng. Thomas dc Celmne, i?io.Pics Irnc Rev. J. ff. Hof-hins. 



INDEX OF HYMNS AND TUNES. 

Hrvv. *" -«'- ,N »- Acthor of Hymn. Tim. Cotrotik or S«t.RC». 

210 Dii .v, Holy Ghost, Thy seven-fold veil.AVr. j. Keble, 1837-1857.Gr* e ( :'!*yel. 

r~~r\ •- 1 > .i «. ^ . j ,<- xi »• /-» 1- o I St. Fabian (1). ..Chopin (H. Wilson). 

.ad JehoN ah, God of Nations C. /,, .S04 \ Cheetham (2) .. . . W?H.\V.Ul£[ 

ternal Father! strong to save W. Whiting, i860 Melita Rn>. Dr. Dykes. 

tlO Far from my heavenly home *,,. « * £,/,, .834.. { JjgS^ .i;;;; ifc^JW 

131 Far from mv thoughts, vain world Z?r. Watts Penitence .S7. Album's Tune-B 

142 . Father of all, Whose love profound . ... 7. Oa*r, ,8io \ gJJ^ &hU *k* "" ' 5W - 

071 Father of mercies, bow Thine ear j5 Beddome, d. 1795. ... Dismission St. Albans Tune-B. 

■ JO Father of mercies ! in Thy word Anne Steele, 1760 Chesterfield . Dr. H antes. 

• zO Father, whate*er of earthly bliss inne Steele Naomi Dr. Lowell Mason. 

55 Fierce was the wild billow StA natolius^SAr Afas/r.Erfurt German, 1609. 

187 For all the saints, who from their labours Rev. W. W. Hovo, 1864. .Sarum Joseph Bamby. 

c Jo For ever here my rest shall be Rev. C. Wesley, 1740 Portsmouth Book 0/ Praise. 

4 39 For ever with the Lord ! J. Montgomery, 1853 . . .Schumann R. Schumann. 

186 For the Apostles* glorious company Rev. W. W. Hoiu Cloisters Joseph Barnby. 

492 For the*. O dear, dear country St. Bernard, tr. Neale. . . Patmos Walter Mat/arren. 

407 For Thee, O God, our constant praise Metrical Psalm Luton Stanley Burder. 

201 Forth rrom the dark and stormy sky.... Bp. Heber, 1S27 Hulme W.H.W. [1872.] 

318 Forth in Thv Name, O Lord. I go Rev. C. Wesley, 1749 • ■ ■ -! u5SSZ$ £? ?*' ffZ"*"* 

6 *■»#*» / Hebron (2) Dr. Lowell Mason. 

49 . Forty days and forty nights Re-j. G.H.Smyttan,i8^6. . Herniein M. Hemlein. 1677. 

296 Fountain of good, to own Thy love Dr. Doddridge Armagh James Turle. 

289 From all that dwell below the skies Dr. Watts. 1719 Old Hundredth.. Guil. Franc, 1543. 

175 From all Thv saints in warfare Lord Nelson, 1867 Holy Days F. Weber. 

403 From every stormy wind that blows Rev. H. Stowell, 1831. . . Gotha Cantional 0/ Gotha. 

283 From Greenland's icy mountains Bp. Heber, 1819 Missionary Hymn.. Dr. Lowell Mason. 

190 Glorious things of thee are spoker Rev. J. Xewton, 1779 .... j JJSna (2) Ha^di^^' 

„ A r . K ♦ 1 Italian, tr. Rev. E. Cas- \ St. John (1) Dr. H. S. Cutler. 

/4«. lory be to Jesus J w/ / j Caswell tj). German.W.. 

220 Glory to the Father give J. Montgomery Trinity Song J I. T. 

000 /-1 . -n r* j .«-• • .. t,, v S r allis's Canon (\)T. Tallix ; (Have- ptA. 

333- Glory to f .ee, my God, this nJfffct Bp. hen. 1709 • - 1 TalWVs Hymn <*) »/»/*- V~ 

179 Glory to Thee. O Lord Emma Take, 1853 St. Helena Ar. W. H. Mon'i. 

273 Go forth, ve heralds, in Mv Name John Logan, i 77 6 J Missionary Chti 1 ,C. Zeuner. 

|Mendon(2) German. 

86 Go to dark Gethsemane J. Montgomery, 1822 Gethsemane Dr. Chr. Tye. 

309 God bless our native land ! J. S. Divight, 1844 Harlan Ar. W. W.Rousseau 

194 God is our refuge in distress Metrical Psalm Newcourt H. Bond. 

502 < rod moves in a mysterious way W. Cowper, 1779 Albano Vincent Novello. 

423 God, my Kin?. Thy might confessing.. .Bp. Mant, 1832 Havergal Rev. Dr. Haver gal. 

94 God of my life, O Lord most high Metrical Psalm Angelus J. Schejffler 1657. 

446 God of mv life, to Thee I call W. Co-.uper, 1770 J Xotker (1) Ar. //'. H. Monk. 

1 St. Jerome (2). . . .Graun. 

326 God of our fathers, by Whose hand Dr. Doddridge Asylum W. Horsley Mus. B. 

469. < • )d shall charge His angel- legions J. Montgomery Trust Mendelssohn. 

341 God, that madest earth and heaven Bp. Heber, 1827 ■ ^ utfl , eId W W. H. Monk. 

' »Lpsal(2) Cruger, 1646. 

363 God's perfect law converts the soul Metrical Psalm Burlington J. F. Burrowes. 

193 God's temple crowns the holy is— L ..Metrical Psmlm Eaton Wyvill. 

376 Grace ! 'tis a charming sound Dr. Doddridge Swabia Dr. Havergal. 

527 Gracious 8 :nt, Holy Ghost Bp. Wordsworth Love W. W. Rousseau. 

151 Great God, this sacred day of Thine Anne Steele Wavertree W. Shore. 

343 • re-: God, to Thee my evening song.. Anne Steele, 1760 St. Vincent C. E. Willing [1535 

484 Great God, what do I see aF.d hear... .Jr. W. B. Collyer, i8i2.Judgment Hymn. A'luge's Hymn-Book 

367 GreatGod.with wonder and with praise.ZV. Watts Lancaster.... Dr. Howard, 1762. 

174 Greatis our guilt, our fears are great../! nne Steele Dunfermline Scotch Psalter. 

60S „uid« me, O Thou ,«.. Jehov.b ,K. Wtoutm., .„« j t^TS^ iiii^^^* 

530 D\ «Pr. Book vei- ; W. Williams, 1774 Dykes Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

16. Hail! Thou long-expected Jesus C. Wesley Stuttgart Dr. Gauntlett. 

76 Hail ! Thou once despised Jesus John BakemeO, 1760 Supplication W. //. Monk. 

34 Hail to the Lord's Anointed J. Montgomery, 1822 Zoan Rev. Dr. Havergal. 

r 03 Happy, thrice happy they who hear Metrical Psalm Truro Dr. Burney. 

185 "S'JSkT soul - Angchc ™ ei f *» * * ™- ** ■ SW 8&£*25r 

*" sweUln * I A,.., >,J £./,■„,. 



INDEX OF HYMNS AND TUNES. 

UruS. Fihst Liirx. Author or Hymn. Tune. Composes ob SoubOk. 

621. Hark I my soul, it is the Lord Wm. Cooper Ancient Litany C. Hymns with Tunes. 

15. Hark! the glad sound! the Saviour com&s. Dr. Doddridge , 1735 Hermann N. Hermann. 

17. Hark ! the herald angels sing Rev. C. Wesley j gf^ 6 ^ 1 . ^\%\ 'ofi?**' 

42. Hark ! the song of jubilee J. Montgomery Milburn W. H. W. [1872]. 

189. Hark ! the sound of holy voices Bp. C. Wordsworth, 1862. Moultrie Gerard Cobb. 

88. Hark! the voice of love and mercy .. ..Jonathan Evans, 1787 ..Muhlenberg Rev. Dr. Muhlenberg 

20. Hark ! what mean those holy voices .. ..Rev. John Cawood, ,8x6. j ggg,Jf $?&]•?"' **' °' * G "" 
58 Hasten, sinner! to be wise Thomas Scott, 1776 St. Edmund L. G. Lawrence. 

291 . Hasten the time appointed Jane Bothwick, 1859. . .. \ ggj£ g}; — '^SSSST' 

60 Have mercy, Lord, on me Metrical Psalm St. Bride Dr. Howard, 1770. 

107- He IS risen! he is risen C. F. Alexander, 1853 ..Unser Herrscher.. . G^., W. H. Monk. 

319 He that lias Gud his guardian made Metrical Psalm Swiss Tune Wiirtemberg H. B. 

198 Head of the hosts in glory [clares.J/. Bridges, 1848 Bridges W. H. W. [1862]. 

259 Hear what the voice from heaven de- Dr. Watts, 1709 St. Mary Playford's Ps r,i6-jt. 

479. Heirs of unending life -, B. Beddome, d. 1795 Dennis //. G. Ndgeli. 

377. He's blest, whose sins have pardon gained. Metrical Psalm Hamburg Dr. Lowell Mason 

125. He's come, let every knee be bent Albano Vincent Novella. 

295. High on the bending willows hung " Christian Observer "Darley W. H. Darley. 

243. His mercy and His truth Metrical Psahn Carlisle C. Lockhart. 

145. Holy Father, great Creator MSOHmM {§£& W-SfskSff* 1 

Ephesus (1) J. S. Bach. 

140. Holy, holy, holy Lord Bp. C. Wordsworth,\%^A St. Athanasius (2)£dw.J. Hopkins. 

( Hallett (3) J. H. Shepherd. 

144. Holy, holy, holy Lord J. Montgomery, 1853 Honiton Edwin Flood. 

138. Holy, holy, holy ! Lord God Bp. Heber, 1827 Nicoea Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

4Ilosan„a,o the thing Lord Bf. H*r {^SSS^'^oS&SSSi 

44 How beauteous are their feet. Dr. Watts Olmstead //'. //. W. [1872]. 

221 How bless'd are they who always keep. . Metrical Ps \_on,i-jjo.St. David Ravenscroft, 1621. 

177 How bright these glorious spirits shine. . . Watts,i 7 cx),W.E.Catner-St. Bartholomew.. . Giorntvichi. 

398. How firm B foundation, ye saints Kirkham, Keith (. ? ), 1767. St. Cyprian R. Redhead. 

487 How long shall earth's alluring toys 4 nne Steele, 1760 Thaxted Beethoven. 

56. 1 low oft, alas ! this wretched heart / nne Steele Old Martyrs Scotch Psalter, 1611. 

395 How sweet the Name of Jesus sounds. . . .Rev. J. Newton, 1779. . .St. Peter A. R. Reinagle. 

185 How vast must their advantage be Metrical Psalm Gregorian Walter 's"M*nnml* 

j, an , , •,, 1 , j n r> j j ■ j 'St. Bride (1) Dr. Howard, 1770. 

482 I low will my heart endure Dr. Doddridge. j Cologne (a) Mendelssohn. 

35. How wondrous and great Bp. H. U. Onderdonk.. .Lyons From Haydn. 

528.1 heard the voi< e of Jesus say //. Bonar, D.D Vox Jesu Spohr (Bamby). 

457 U". emy God, but with no \o\ coim'mc. Madame Guy on Guy on //'.//. • /'. [1872]. 

191.1 love Tny k ngdem,Lord Dr. Dwight, 1800 Cambridge Rev. R liar risen. 

417. 1 sing the almighty power of God Dr. Watts Dunfermline C. Hymns with TuneS 

226.1 think when 1 read that sweet story J. Luke, 1841 Rossi yn C. R. Cuff. 

_,„ . ,. ,-, r.T-iir/77 o/-t Bethanv (1) Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

93 1 would not live alway Rev.Dr. Muhlenberg,,^ j yVelcome (2) W. 11. W. [1846]. 

420 I'll praise my Maker with my breath Metrical Psalm Old 113th Days Psalter, 1563. 

278 I'll wash my hands in innocence Metrical Psalm St. Ann Dr. Croft, 1727. 

162 In loud exalted strains Benj. Francis, <\. 1709. . . Gopsal From Handel. 

50 h» men v. not in wrath Metrical Psalm \beryswith Rcv.F.A Ai.Ouseley. 

443 in the hour of trial J- Montgomery, 1853 Entreaty E. G. Monk. 

227 In the vineyard ol 0U1 lather Gleaners W. H. W. [1872J. 

510 In The [pntmysteadfi* trust IMricalPsalm VS^^I^\\\f^'£S& ^ 

214 In token thai thou shall ttOt fear Dtnn Al/ord, 1845 Tallis Ordinal Parker's Psalter. 

339 Inspirer and Hearer of prayei R\ ■... M.P<plady,i 759 - 77 Si. Editha Rev. Dr.Dyk. 

368 Instruct me in Thv statutes, Lord Met> ical Psalm Redhead (No. a8).. R. Redhead. 

444 Is there I Ipne and dreary hour Caroline Gilman Meditation ,l Nw. Gcbctbttch ." 

22 It came upon the midnight ( lear E. //. Sears, 1S60 Westlake Frederick Westlake- 

j Dr. Malan, tr. Dr. Be- \ Moccas (l) 4. R. Rein,,, 

97 It is not death to die • ( (Amm j ,. ( ., u ., Even (a). .Rev. 7. H. Hopkins. 

„ , . . . ., . I Angels (1) O. Gibbons, \6fi. 

418 Jehovah reigns, let all the earth. Sebastian (2) J. A.J.^x.W.H.W 

497 Jerusalem I high tower thy glorious J Gcrmanja.Bp.Wkittint* J St. Andrew (i)...Sir ToAn Goss. 

XN .,!! '. ( ham I Heaven (2) M. Franc, 160H , 

. ... . „ . Southwell (1) ....Dr. If. S. Irons'. 

496 Jerusalem, my happy home Latin Hy. 9M Lent "j Norton (2) From Handed 



liilikii t>i niM.N- v.m. n 

■**< Fi*.tLi.m. Author or Hymx. Tlns. 

'.93 Jerusalem, the golden St. Bernard, tr. JrVtfr . . Ewing 2?/Va<7> £w< 

225 Jesus, meek and gentle Rev. G. R. Prynne, .856. { g[; c^Z^ne^H^//. *&ink. 

455. Jesus, the very thought of Thee \ **j *£ j E'&SLi "«". St&lS 

218. Jesus, and shall it ever be Joseph Grigg, 1735 Federal Street Gf«. /A K. Oliver. 

09.J«us Christ is risen t-day.. . ... ....OKX-*^>M».«lH^ 

236. Jesus, I my cross have taken Rev. H. /. Ay/V, 1833.. .Supplication IK. //. Monk. 

104. Jesus lives; no longer now C.F. Gellert,tr. C'o-i-,i847.St. Albinus Dr. CauntUit. 

_, . (Re f uee(il Henry Sm >t. 

£93. Jesus, lover of my soul Rev. C. Wesley, 1740 "J Hollings de (2) Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

nn ^ _ ,. , ~ - „ r , )Haven(il Blumenthal. 

532. Jesus, Saviour of my soul Dr. C. Wesley "j Martyn (2) Mann. 

394.Jesus, my Saviour ! look on me John Ross Macd,jT,D.D. \ gft&d 'ft . . '.R^lcfoZeiey. 

434 Jesus, my strength, my hope Rev. C. Wesley Hope Dr. H. S. Culler. 

33 Jesus! Name ul wondrous love Rev. W. W. How, 1854- .Redhead, No. 45. . .R. Redhead. 

284 >esus shall reign where'er the sun Dr. Watts, ijig Wanington Rev. R. Harrison. 

352 Jesus, tender Shepherd, hear me Mary L. Dufican, i839..Merton Sac. Mus. Cabinet. 

480 Jesus, Thy blood and righteousness Zinzendor/.i-j-yg; J.Wes-Wowzn Haydn. 

1 12 Joy fills the dwellings of the just Metrical Psal,u ^ { £Jg5T$ '/ . \ \ ^wJwgL 

40. Joy to the world ! the Lord is come Dr. Watts, 1709 Chesterfield Dr. Haiveis. 

392. Just as I am, without one plea Charlotte Elliott, 1836 . . -j f^CrLpin ("2)'. '. '.'.Si'r^. £ Etoey\ 

512. Lead, kindly Light Dr. J. H. Newman, 1833. Lux Benigna Rev Dr. Dykes. 

506 Lead us, heavenly Father, lead us J. E<t,»<,»», ,» j g2S£^~S&?^5^ 

162 Let me with light and truth be bless'd Metrical Psalm Mozart Mozart. 

121. Lift up your heads, eternal gates Metrical Psalm Nativity H. Lahce. 

108. Lift your glad voices in triumph Henry Ware, Jr Triumph 5. P. War rev. 

39. Light of those whose dreary dwelling. . .Rev. C. Wesley, 1744.. . .Sardis Beethoven 

195 Like Noah's weary dove j?^'.Z>r.J/«/z/ £ -/zZ't'r i '-,iS23Serenity C. Bryan 

1 . Lo, He comes, with cloud, descend^, -j »%£?&£%£>. \ §£*&*«&: . *y. $%£r 

38 Lo ! hills and mountains shall bring forth. Metrical Psalm St. Frances G. A. Lohr. 

183 . Lo ! what a cloud of witnesses J. Logan Mear 

115 Look, ye saints, the sight is glorious T. Kelly, 1804 Corona; W.H. Monk. 

251 . Lord, as to Thy dear Cross we flee Rev. J. H. Gurney, 1838. St. Etheldreda. . Bishop Turten. 

\ Storl (1) Storl, 1744. 

165. Lord, dismiss us with Thy blessing Rev.W. Shirley, 1774.. . . \ SicilianMar.H.(2) 

( Benediction (3) . . C. Jerome Hnfikin*. 
466 Lord, for ever at Thy side J. Montgomery, 1S22 Weber From Von Weber. 

269 Lord, for the just Thou dost provide Joseph A ddison Abridge Isaac Smith, 1770. 

130 Lord God, the Holy Ghost J. Montgomery, 1819. . . .Chalvey Rev. Dr. Hayne. 

308 Lord God, we worship Thee J. Frank,\x. Winkworlh.'Sun danket alle....?. Cruger. 

154 Lord ! in the morning Thou shall hear... Dr. Watts Armagh James Turle. 

63 Lord, m this Thy mercy's day Rev. I. Williams, iS 4 i..St. Philip W. II. Monk. 

172 Lord, in Thy Name Thy servants plead. Rev. J. Keble, 1857 Dunfermline Scotch Psalter, 1615. 

300 Lord, lead the way the Saviour went.. . .Rev. Dr Croswell,A. 1851 .St. Leonard Dr. Henry Hiles. 

258 1. : term Of days Metrical Psalm St. Mary Play/or d' s Psr,i6ji. 

170 Lord of the harvest, hear Rev. C. Wesley Eastnor A. King. 

157 Lord of the worlds above Dr. Watts, 1719 St. Godric Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

270 Lord, pour Thy S;/irit from on high J. Montgomery Hamburg Dr. Lowell Mason. 

241 Lord, shall Thy children come Bp Samuel Hinds. Melita... Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

173 Lord, spare and save our sinful race Dunfermline Scotch Psalter. 1615, 

400 Ivord, teach us how to pray J. Montgomery St. Etheldreda Bishop Turton. 

351 Lord, when this holy morning broke O. Heginbotham, 1799. . .Dortmund Hamb. Choral Book 

69 Lord, when w- bend before Thy throne.*,:.. 7 D. C.rlyU. ,805. \ JXTli'oV,'/. ft*"** ''"""'' ,6 '5- 

454 Lord, with .Win, heart F.S.K* { &5^\Y."-£&2t**^ 

456 Love divine, all love excelling Rev. C. Wesley, 1740 St. Joseph E. J Hopkins. 

408 Magnify Jehovah's Name Metrical Psalm l'arkman IF. Tuckerman M.J> 

244 Mav (iod accept our vow Metrical Psalm Carlisle C. Lockhart. 

168 Mav the grace of Christ, our Saviour ...Rev. J. Newton, 177,... Troy G. Joseph, Breslau. 

oot \r r -.u 1 1 a tu r, , „ J s *- Ambrose (1). . W. H. Monk. 
y faith looks up to Thee Rev. Ray Palmer, 1830.. (Calvary (2) Br aim. 

^34 My God, accept my heart this day M. Bridges, 1848 Mear 

205 My God, and is Thy table spread Pr Doddridge - r^ke sfrceUa).'' % Hatt'on 



ANb 1'L'Mfib " 

•"• fUMl LUTS. A.CTHOK or QTBJL tDBk. OB 

fi'24 My Go«, .cw endless is Thy Lore . ZV Watts, 1700 Barrington ..... Ar 7. A ". Thrupp 

16 1 M y God, how wonderful Thou art Rtv.+.W. Faker, 1849. • \ JS^S/ ' . " ' .Ar?* tKST" ^^ 

•58 My God, I love Thee, not because F.Xavior, \.x.R.Ca*waU.\3\m Adam Krteger 

■ m, 0-. -r mo. .hu. , ,,„, ... a-** buuh. .*„. \ lllC'^Z'X". SJ2T- . 

67 My God, permit me not to be , .Dr. Watts St Basil . . . W. H. VS. [1852]. 

2 17- Mv God, Thy covenant of love........ Z>r. Doddridge St. Mary Magd J. Criiger, 1658. 

95 My grateful soul shall bless the Lord. .. Metrical Psalm St. James R. Courtville] rt&i 

522. My hone, 017 all, my Saviour, Thou Canonbury R. Schuma>,t. 

Ms.Myhope,,,,^. ,-.tru«. **wa«&. J5^&::::8r8&SU.^, 

i 5 8.Mvop e „ ins , > ,. wi t„,,„-u res «.....i>,.^« i „.. Kiv^^-^z?"^:',^ 

75. My Saviour hanging on the 'res Rev. J. Newton St. Hugh E. J. Hopkins. 

64. My sins, my sins, my Saviour Rev. J. S. U. Monsell, Monsell German. 

470. My soul, be on thy guard Heath L l8 37-'°5- Schumann R. Schumann. 

439 My soul, for help on God rely Metrical Psalm Mendon German. 

499 M y soul, inspired with sacred love Metrical Psalm Freiburg J. S. Bach. 

55 My soul with patience waits Metrical 11 ' ;• Eastnor A. King. 

crt — v . ~ , . r~, ^ 7 . j - -, , Kedron (1) 4. B. Spratt. 

507 Nearer, my God, to Thee Sarah F. Adams , • "j Oxford (2). Henry Smart. 

329. New every morning is the love Rev. J. Keble, 1827 " T elcombe Samuel Webbe. 

437 No change of time shall ever shock Metrical Psalm K .:':e 

261 Not for the dead in Christ we weep Mrs. Barbauld, i 773 . . . -j JJg^S^S* $ '."**' 1] ' iiip: ^ DrDykeA 

184 Not to the terrors of the Lord Dr. Watts St. Ann Venby (/), Dr. Cro/t. 

347 Now from the altar of our hearts Rev. J. Mason, 1683 St. Etheldreda Bishop Turton. 

164 Now may He Who from the dead Rev. J. Newton, 1779 Redhead, No. 48... .£>>-. Gaunt left. 

613 Now may the God ot grace and power. .Dr. Watts Winchester, New. . Crasselius, 1560. 

„o*l Now thank we all our God « Tr. Miss C. Winkzuorth.Kun danket alle. . . J. Cruger. 

120 O all ye people, crap your tlands MetricaC Psalm Truro Dr. Burney, 1814, 

413 O bless the Lord, my soul Metrical Psalm St. Thomas J. // 'illiavis. 

19 come, all ye faithful Tr. Rev. F. Oakeley . ...Barnby Joseph Barnby. 

39 o come and mourn with me awhile Rev. F. W. Faber St. Cross Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

331 come, loud anthems let us sing Metrical Psalm Park Street Venma. 

I3() come, O come, Emmanuel 12th Century, tr. Neale . Vcni Emmanuel . . . Fr Missal \_W.If. If'.] 

3 74 () could I speak the matchless wc.'b Samuel Medley, 1789 . .Magdalen College. Rev. Dr. Hmyes,ijjq 

160 day of rest and gladness Bp. C. Wordsworth^ 1863. Hodges Dr. J. S. B. Hodges. 

435 () for a closer walk with God i> '■'. Cow/er, 1779 Alexandria 

467 . for a heart to praise my God Rev. ^ ^Vesley, 1742 Portsmouth Harmonia Per/.zjyj 

jj7 ,)■. ■. secret torce St. Ambrose, tr. Neale. .Redhead, No. 4 Ancient Melody. 

320 God, my graciou. 'l.toThee Metrical PsaL ■ Old 113th Day's Psalter, 1563. 

414 ( » Cod, my heart 1 1 fix <!. 'tis bent Metrical Psalm. . . .Styria Vopelius, 1682. 

„-±o U God "i hosts, the mighty Lor! Metrical Psalm St. Stephen Rev. W. Jones. 

312 O God of love, O King of peace Rev. H. W. Baker, 1861. Dismission St. Albans Tune-It. 

ocki of in th O 1-ord of might StA mbrose,tr. Dr. Neale. Redhead, No. 4. . . .Ancient Melody. 

vjod,ouriK pUU . Jr. Watts i 7 iq St. Ann Denby (.'), Dr. Croft 

. ,. ,., Dundee (i) Scotch Psalter, i6i«- 

66.0 gracious I - m I live \amSUet -J Benediction Qi)...From 

838 happy day thai »loe Dr. Doddrl-7 _- Rockingham S. Webbe. 

:'22 O nappy is the in J.Logan Martyrdom Hugh Wit 

,,,,,- Rav. % W. Eastburtu d. j Winch'tertl ,1650. 

.39 O holy, hoiy. 1 x8l £ "I Trinity (2) MartinLutki 

01 VO in the mo«-n o. .., ft . waen youjii.....«>V/« Loguu ... e *.,. ■ ;n.....,.o,.Zfc^ ArstSo 

10.O jesus.Thou art standir.o Rev. W. W. Hem; 1864 . . St. >• Rev. E. Husband. 

388 Jesus, Saviour of the 'os' Rev. E. H. Bickersteih. .. St. Albans Tune-B 

390 <> let triumphant taith dispel John Lagan. [1858. St. Steohen Rev . W. Jones. 

276 O 1- '>rd ot Hosts, W hose ir ory fills A>» />• . \Vi.>. 1844 Playfcrd. . .1671. 

178 O Lord, the Holy Innocents Tr. Fi ?. C. E Willing. 

498. Lord, Thy mercy, my sere hof»e . * Freiburg J.S.Bach. 

495 O mother clear. Rrusa^m D ►.... Jerusalem C F. R. 

_, „ .. r,^,, tr- r r.A^ ,o, I Hopkins (1) Henry Smart. 

,O0 I'ai •■!.*■. O Parad.sc Rev. Jr. F. faber. ,86a. -J Paradise ^ Rev. Dr. Dy km. 

41B O oralee the Lord In that blest place M . im.. Joe Clarke, 1700. 

406 the Lord HotHeat Hanover Handel. 

^1Q l . inks to God above.. Metrical Psalm ^S^nnry . Rev. Dr. Rowden 



i.NOKX OF HYMNS AND TUNES. 
3tv FikstLink. *Autiiou uv ll»ii.\. Tuva* CoMPoasa om Solkcb. 

87. iMcnd Head, now wounded l & ^^ % Zi^{ mi ^ x ^f^^ / 9 }a, ^ l) i^£ ff ^^ilf ^ 

' I iT.Dr.J. W.Alexander. j Parker (2) 7 halberg[ll .11 A. J 

126 O Spirit 01 the living God .- y. Montgomery, 182$. ..Melcombe S. Webbe. 

389 O that my load of sin were gone Rev. C. Wesley, 1742 Penitence St. Alban's Tune-B. 

65 O Thou from Whom all goodness flows . AY?'. '/'. Hawcis, 1792 Mercy GnadauerCh.B.iT$$ 

: riou thai hcar'st whon sinners cry. ..Dr. Watts Saxony Old German. 

rhou to Whom all creatures bow Metrical Psalm Bishopthorpe Dr.Jer. Clarke. 

i'hou to Whose all-searching sight... Tr. AY:-. J. Wesley Grace Church Pleyel. 

Jo Thou Who didst prepare r.m.i (Ch<,ri„tteEiizaheth),&.iM6.yiormnglim Lord Mornington. 

335-0 to grace, how great a debtor Robinson Pastor Bonus Charles Steggall. 

231. 'twas a joyful sound to hear Metrical Psalm Nativity H. Lahee. 

513 O where shall rest be found 7. Montgomery, *i 9 ....\ l^%}±:\\\\%; g'ffigt^. 

£30 with due reverence let us all Metrical Psalm Farr:.nt • . Rich. Farrant, 1580, 

(O Wisdom ! spreading mightily ] 
Root of Jesse ! Ensign Thou ! ... AJ A nthems Tr , 
O Israel .s Sceptre ! David s Key! \ L t AW wUlelita Rev. Dr. Dykes. 
, W 5 ay i P T r ' n ? an< 2 ^ernal Light ! .. . ot/ lgo6 f 

O King! Desire of Nations! come | 

(.0 Law-giver ! Emmanuel! King!... J 

362 O Word of God I ncarnate Rev. W. W. How, 1857 . . Aurelia Dr. S. S. Wesley. 

019 O worship the King Sir Robert Grant Hanover Handel. 

228 write upon my memory, Lord Dr. Watts Gregory German [ir.H.W.]. 

41. O'er mountain tops ttie mour.t of (joz..Jo/tn Logan Submission Michael Haydn. 

288 O'er the gloomy hills of darkness W. Williams, d. 1791.. .Nodine W. H. W. [1872]. 

. 77 A fl . , „ . \ H. K. White, 1806 [Miss J Redhead No. 48(1) Dr. Gauntlett. 
±11 . Oft m danger, oft in woe j Maitland, 1827] . \ Richards (2)..* . . '.Brink, Richa, ds. 

12.0n Jordan's bank the Baptist's cry Tr. Rev. J. Chandler. . . j Ktttf.'^W^W]. 

286 On Sion and on Lebanon Bp. H. U. Onderdonk. . . Hermann N. Her matin. 

197 One sole baptismal sign Robert Robinson, 1780. . . Old 148th. Rev. J. Darwell. 

233 Once in royal David's city C F. Alexander Irby Dr. Gauntlett. 

8 Once more, O Lord, Thy sign Bp. G. W. Doane St. Chrysostom Dr. C. Tye, 1553. 

48 Once more the solemn season calls Tr. AYz'. J. Chandler ... . Ulm Adam Krieger. 

Ill Once the angel started back Tr. Bp. Williams Hallett + J. H. Shepherd. 

832 O.nvard, Christian so.d.ers \ *~* ^"."^ C ^. \ £ *%&% ; ; ; ; %&£! ***** 

ur blest Redeemer, ere He breathed. . . Harriet A uber, 1829 . . . St. Cuthbert Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

,,_„,.,.. , ,. - . & „ .. . . j Brockham (1) Dr. J. Clarke. 

1 17. Our Lord is risen from the dead Rev. C. H estey -j Trinity (2> .. . ;. . ..Marl in Luther, 1530. 

91 Pain and toil are over now Cecil F. Alexander Strattner Strattner, 1691. 

C , 5 Peace, troubled soul Samuel Scott Griswold From Mozart. 

'.easant are Thy courts above Rev. H. F. Lyte, 1834. -St. George Sir G.J.Elvey. 

529 l> raise, my soul, the K'ng of Heaven.. .Rev. H. F. I^yte Benedic Anima.. .Sir John Goss. 

3fr5 Praise, O praise our God and King Rv.SirH. W Baker, 1861 .Monkland [7- B. Wilkes.] 

302 Praise to God, immortal praise Mrs. Barbautd, 1773 Dix Conrad KocJier. 

] 82 Praise to God Who reigns above Rev. R. M. Benson Lubeck Ger. [ W. H. Monk], 

l'raise we the Lord this day St. George Dr. Gauntlett. 

• ayer is the soul's sincere desire J. Montgomery, 1819 . . .. \ |i£$£ ®[ \ \ \ .w'h.'wI^]. 

<1S5 Ouiet, Lord, my froward heart Rev. J- Newton, 1779.. . .Cassell German. 

5 Rejoice, rejoice, believers Laurent i, tr.Borthwick.'Siunxch German Mel'y, 1648. 

90 Resting from His work to-day Rev. T. Whitehead,i&42.Redhead, No. 76.. . R. Redhead. 

' ol Rich are the joys which cannot die Dr. Doddridge Tottenham T. Greatorex 

73 • Ride on ! ride on in majesty Dean Milman, 1827 Rousseau W. W. Rousseau. 

„_ „. ,, . , ,. , . . , „ , 4 ( Epiphany (1) Sir 7ohn Goss. 

30 R lie. crown d w.th light, imperial Sal cm, I AUxander Pope \ Rus H sian frvmn ^.Russian Nat. Air. 

"^ » JSalem( 3 ) W. H. W. [rt 7 2.] 

447- Rii^ ^y iouL and stretc> £.y wingi R. Seagrave, 174a Amsterdam Dr. Nares. 

I Faith (1) Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

891 .Rock of Ages cleft for me Rev. A. M. Totlady, 1776^ Leipsic (2) German Choral. 

\ Redhead No. 76 ( 3 )A\ Redhead. 

:,„. (Ft **■„.). Rn.A.M. T+U+. ^l^^V'/.r./^-C"' 

•J] Round the Ix>rd in glory seated Bp.Mant.1i37 Moultrie Rev. Gerard CoM. 

4 R'lVr of Israel, Lord of Might. Lord Nelson, 1866 Melha Rev. Dr. Dykes. 

. ->0 Safely through another week ... Rer. J. Neivton, 1770 • • .Verona J. H. Deane.' 

•4 >«!vation cloth to God belong Dr. Doddridge Mozart From Mozart 

o^o c . > ,, u ■ < , r* ,ms „ y- St Barnabai (i)..W.H. Monk. 

4b9 salvation ! (.) die joyful lound .Dr. Watte, 1709 ) Ashley (a) Dr. Ma dan. 

169 Saviour, again to Thy dear Name. Rev. J. BUerUn x 1868. . . Paa D«i Rev. Dr. Dyb*. 



ISL>\:.\ nv HYMNS AND TUN1M. 

"*' FuujtLinb. Ai'TtloR op Hvmk. Tuxi. C«impos*» o« Swacm. 

ivlour , like a shepherd lead us Rev. G.Dujffield Jesu Bone PaStcY. . Dr. J. H. Willcox. 

370. Saviour, source of every blessing R Robinson 5 St - Catherine (i). Dr. J. //. Wiitcox. 

/ Trust (2) Mtndeissoh>: 

53 Saviour, when in dust to Thee Sir Robert Grant, 1815. j Danish Chant (2/* *" Ha "° H ' 

32&. Saviour, when night involves the skies. .Rev. T. Gisborne Sweden Dr. Henry Hiles. 

5 I :>. Savk ui . Who Thy flock art feeding I? v. Dr. Muhlenberg^ j J^^ {2) ; [LfJn Geb.^6* 

81. See the destined day arise B/>. Mant Redhead, No. A1 ...R. Redhead. 

>25.Seek,mv soul the narrow pate Bj>. H. U. Onderdonk. . .St. Luke Dr. J.N. Wilcox. 

a J 4 ,!. Shepherd diviue, oi<r wants relieve Rev. C. Wesley Armagh James Turle. 

feiO. Shepherd Of souls, refresh and bless Moravian St. Agnes Rev Dr. Dykes. 

23 Shout the glad udings R>v.Dr.Muhlenberg^ 3 \ SStJ^J 1 ^ . (0 . ' 5ir 7 ° kn G ° ss - 

478 Since I've known a Saviour's Name Rev. C. Wesley Russell Place. . [{i)Sir W. S. Bennett. 

432.Si„g AUe,uia forth in duteous praise... j «&££** Rn. ,. ] Endje* ,*»*£££ *%£>■ 

373 Sing, „,y sou,, His wondrous love {ffi^J?:"Jw£Efci 

59 Sinner, rouse thee from thy sleep B/. H. U. Onderdonk. . . Beethoven From Beethoven. 

54. Sinners ! turn, why will ye die Rev. C. Wesley, 1756 Benevento 5. Webbe. 

340 Softly now the light of day BJ>. G. W. Doane, i?24. . Weber From Von Weber. 

216.So,di«rs of Chris,, arise *„, C. W ** ,„.... \ ^f^^.^^ST*^ 

422 Songs of praise the angels sang J. Meaner,, *,....' [fSS£?<£>; | ." | SfiSlSff 

47 Sons of men, behold from far Rev. C. Wesley, 1739 . . . Innocents Thibaut, 1254. 

292 Souls in heathen darkness lying Cecil F. A lexander, 1850.Sa.xe- Weimar Anct Melody, '.648 

523 Sovereign Ruler of the skies John Ryland, 1777 Jersey Dr. Boyce. 

298. Sow i 1 the morn thy seed J. Montgomery Stepgall Dr. Chas. Stepg/i'/t 

133. Spirit of mercy, tru'h, and love Rev. R. W. Kyle, inS.-jift'S;;::::^^. 

124 Stand up, my soul, shake off thy fears.. Dr. Watts, 1709 Manly J. Bis-hop, 1, 

264. Sar of peac, to wanderers weary Stella J. J. T. 

887-Stay, Thou long-suffering Spirit, stay. . . Rev. C. Wesley Federal Street Gen. H. K. Oliver 

336.Sunof my soul, Thou Saviour dear Rev. J. Keble, ,827 \ g™^ & \ ! . ! S^iJL"' ""* 

475 Supreme in wisdom as in power J. Logan j g^SS £| ; ; ; ; S^^Bao]. 

150 Sweet is the work, my God, my King. ..Dr. Watts, 1719 Morning Hymn Bartholemon. 

338 Sweet Saviour, bless us ere we go Rev. F. W. Faber, 1849. .St. Matthias . . ..W. 11. Monk. 

84 Sweet the moments, rich in blessing Rev.W. Shirley, 1774 ...Turnau German. 

2 63. Tender Shepherd, Thou hast still'd Tr. Winkworth, 185S . ..Meinhokl German [Bach). 

o -it .1 r .1 .u » i„„jf. 1 a 1 Thomas de Celano. 1230; / r»- . tm„ ( Leisentritfs Spirt 

3 1 bat day of wrath, that dreadful day . . j lf V/> [{ , Scotf ' f • J D ie s Ilia j- /j/rf/ & ^ ' 

82. The ancient law departs Abbe Fesnanlt, 1720; tr St. Michael Day's Psalter. 1588. 

118 The atoning work is done '/'. Kelly [1861. Christ Church Dr. C. Sttgguil. 

202 The Church's one foundation Rev. S. J. Stone Yurelia •/),-. .s\ 5". Wesley. 

349 The day is gentlv sinking B/>. C. Wordsworth Evening German. 

334 The „ ; ,v is pas, and gone y. /.eW. d. ,S 4 , j gj-f-g « ; J-^fc***^ 

341 The day la past and over St.A natotius % 4SO,t.NealeSt. AnatoliuS Arthur //. Brown. 

346. The day Of praise is done J. Filer ton, 1871 Emmaus Joseph Barney. 

,__ .... , , , . _ .,: _ } St. y ; J Dorking (1) George Cooper. 

105 rhedayol Resurrection | GreenI * nd ' (a) LauTanne%alter. 

212 The gentle Saviour Calls Dt Invitation Dr. H. S. Cutler. 

141 The God ol Abraham praise Thomas Olitn eoni Jewish Melody. 

30 The God ol hie, Whose constant care . . Dr. Doddridge Angels' Hymn O. Gibbons, : 

1 14 IV- 1 1,- id that once : was crowned with J. ^ A>/ , .,. Lancaster Dr. S. Hovara. 

861-The heavens declare Thy jzltuv, I ,m,I Dt \Vmtts y \-ji^ Bowen //.nan. 

46 4T„eKin c o f ,.,e„,vS,,p,„,,,,s . ; <%*' »; "[ ** '; J Sh,,.,. ^£^t 

600 The Lord descended from above.. . Metrical Psalm Redhead, No. 29.../?; Redhead. 

11 The Lord hath spoke, the mighty God- yfttrical Psalm . Swiss Tune Wiirtemberg H. 9 

438 The Lord Himself, the mighty Cor< 4 ...Metrical Psalm Nottingham Dr. Jer. Clarke. 

504 The Lord my pasture shall prepare. ;'- ■> /■ •■ Addison^ 171a Good Shepherd . ,7. /. 7*. 

516 The Lord our God is clothed with mi| 5i Fulbcrt Dr.Gauntiett. 

190. The L'ud, the only Godi isgr< •"■• • St. Peter 4. R. Reinagit. 



INDEX OF HYMNS AND TUNES. 

Mtv.v Fik«TLixi. Author or Hymn. Tumt. \Jourott*. »R Sou»c«. 

6. The Lord unto my Lord thus spake.. . . Metrical Psalm Old 113th Day's Psalter, 1563. 

e Lor*, will come ; the earth Bp. Heber, 1811 Cannons Handel. 

ue mighty flood that rolls. John Logan. Ben Rhydding A. R. Reinagle. 

119. The rising God lorsakes the tomb Watts— Wesley Samson Handel. 

79. The Royal Banners forward go Fartunatus,5&o,tr.Neale.Vexi\\a. Regis Rev. J. H. Hopkins. 

122 The servants of Jehovah's will Metrical Psalm St. Paul Dr. Greene, 

037 The shadows of the evening hours Adelaide Procter, 1858.. St. Leonard Dr. Henry Hiles. 

176 The Son of God goes forth to war Bp. Heber, 1827 All Saints Dr.H. S. Cutler. 

608 The spacious firmament oc high Joseph Addison, Creation Haydn. 

104 The Spirit in our hearts Bp.H. U.Onderdonk, 1826SL Helena [W. H. Monk.] 

4.25 . The strain upraise of joy and praise Codescelcus, 1050 ; tr. Hayes' Chant Dr. Hayes. 

103 The strife is o'er, the battle done Rev. Francis Pott. [AVa/*. Victory From Palestrina. 

345 The sun is sinking fast Latin, tr. E. Caswall. . . Twilight Rev. J. H. Hopkins. 

334 The voice of free grace Thornby Scotland Dr. Clarke. 

IC Voice that breathed o'er Eden Rev. J. Keble, 1857 Eden St. A Man's Tune-B. 

.ie winged herald of the day Latin Hymn, tr. Neale.. Redhead, No. 4 Ancient Melody. 

. B world is very evil \ St \ ? er \ iar * •fMor T > Pearsall .St.Gall,Cath.Ges. B. 

\ laix, tr. Neale J 

4G1 Thee will I love, my strength Silesius,tr.R'v.J. Wesley . Carey's Tune Henry Carey, 1730. 

17- There is a blessed liome Rev. Sir. H. W. Baker .Pence Sir G. J. Elvey. 

468. There is a fold whence none pan stray. .Bp. East Astra. Dr. Gauntlet t. 

393. There is a fountain hll'd with blood W. Cowper, ijjq Martyrdom H. Witson[Dr Dykes] 

231 .There is a green hill far away Cecil F. Alexander ,,858. j ^^^^'c^^t "' 

483 There is a land of pure delight Dr. Watts, 1709 Chesnut Ridge W.H. W. [186c]. 

238 Thine for ever :— God of love Mary F. Maude, 1848... Evermore Dr. Gauntlett. 

159. This is the day of light Rev. J. Ellerton Swabia Ger. {Dr. Have~gat\ 

96. This life's a dream, an empty show Dr. Watts Playford John Play ford, 1671. 

275. This stone to Thee in faith we lay J. Montgomery, 1822 Playford 

113. Thou art gone up on high •. Emma Toke, 1851 Fairfield Rev. P. LaTrobe. 

253 Thou art my hiding-place, O Lord Thomas Raffles, D.D. ..St. Matthew Dr. Croft, 1700. 

501 Thou art the Way, to Thee alone Bp. G. W. Doane, 1826.. London Dr. Croft (/) 

203 Thou, God, all glory, honour, power Rev. John Patrick, Z>.Z?.Bristol Dr. Edw. Hodge*. 

515 Thou hidden love of God Tersteegen, tr. J. Wesley. St. Matthias W. H. Monk. 

52. Thou, Lord, by strictest search Metrical Psalm Wareham Wvi. Knapp, 1760. 

*59 Thou Whom my soi'i admires Dr. Watts Vespers W. H. Hart. 

146 Thou, Whose Almighty word Rev. John Marr iott,i8i6.Stobe\ Dr. Havergal. 

415 Through all the changing scenes Metrical Psalm Bedford Wm. Wheall, 1699. 

342. Through the day Thy love has spared \ ~ ,. „ Q , ( Albert (1) Hei nrichA Ibert ,1643 

us . . . . ^1. Kelly, 1S06 -j Lavana (a) Walters Chorals. 

110-Thus God declares His sovereign will. .. Metrical Psalm Tiverton Grigg. 

528 Thy b ; ter anguish o'er Zoar W. H. W. [1875!. 

51 Thy chastening wrath, O Lord Metrical Psalm Burford Henry Pur cell, 1699. 

7.Thy kingdom come, O God Rev. L. H~*~ \ %££&. ?".' '&£$&&. 

449.Thy presence, Lord, hath me supplied. Metrical Psalm { Sice l)'.'. ' \ ^BarlTy'!"' 

2 34 Thy way, not mine, O Lord If. Banar, D.D., 1856. .. Baxter U. C. Bur nap. 

\ > in y feet a lamp Metrical Psalm Heyshain J. Wilson. 

343 Tme havens on, ye longing sain*? Dr. Doddridge Southampton Henry Smart, 

BS.Tis finished : so the Saviour cried. . Dr. S. Stennett Redhead, No. 12... Ancient Melody. 

415 Tis my happiness below //'. Cowper St. Columba A ngl. Hymn-Book. 

285 To bless Thy chosen race Metrical Psalm Moccas A. R. Reinagle. 

27 TO hail Thy'rising, Sun of life **. Morrison, &*.. . - j gfg?J^ «/. £ Tw^ZT * 

109 To Him Who for our sins was slain A. T.Russell, 1851 Alleluia Henry Wilson. 

204 T > Jesus, our exalted Lord Anne Steele Stewir St. Albans Tune-IL 

372 To our Redeemer's glorious Name Anne Steele Barby W. Taeisur, 1760. 

316 I .>.. hill I lift my eyes Metrical Psalm Oxford Coombs. < 

I 03 To Thy temple I repair J. Montgomery, 1823 Pruen Sir F. A . U Vuseley, 

327. To-morrow, Lord, is Thine Dr. Doddridge, ... . Eastncr A. King. 

192 Triumphant Sion ! lift thy head Dr. Doddridge \ %Z£*Z^±\ \ . . nJSSf^ ^ 

321 Up to the hills I lift mine eyes Dr. Watts, 1719 Waring W.H. W. [1872]. 

43 . Watchman ! tell us of the night Sir John Bowing St. George Sir G. J. Elvey. 

322 . Wc build with fruitless cost, unless Metrical Psalm St. Prances G. A. Lohr. 

1/3 We give immortal praise Dr. Watts St. Peter's R. R. Ross. 

$99 We pv« Thee but Thine own Rev. W. W. J/ow, 1854. .Cambridge Rev. R. Harrison. 

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INDEX OF HYMNS AND TUNES. 

fi**T Lnr*. Aotbob or Hrm, Tc*». CoxroaiB OB Smtbw- 

th« praise of Him Who died 1. Kelly, 1820 Devotion J. I. 1. 

earth, and laden with my sins Rev. S. J. Stone, Langran James Lang-ran. 

70 Weil ] « rendering from my God Rep, C. v, avertrec W. Shore. 

147. Weico™, ,w.- , „.,, ,/ ~* Dr. ,r. -J Cj*™n< * . £*i.*gai 

223 W l.,t a *>».„. .,,,1 wondrc **y { ^gJ«ion(,i£/ M. CMM 

257 Whate'er my God ordains is right Tr. Miss C. IVin/nvorth.CeStria. 11 . H W. [1872]. 

426 When all Thy mercies, O my God Josef-h /t/Mfson Winchester Old Michael Este, 159a. 

250 When gathering clouds around. Sir Robert or ant, r\. ^sBrownell From Haydn. 

136 When God of old came down Rev. J. Keble, 1827 Winchester Oid.. ,.M. Este, 1593. 

219. When His salvation bringing J. King Joseph From Mehul. 

453. Wh„ I can read ,„v tu.e clear Dr. WmU . J5^$:""-.5S£23* 

323. When I can trust my all with God Josiah Conder Palmyra J. Summers. 

83 When 1 survey the wonirou, Cros. Dr. W«„s, ,„ \ Kg-g^fi; "2S£r*. «* 

230 When Jesus left His Father's throne J. Montgomery, 1825 . Westlake Frederick Weetlake. 

293 .When, Lord, to this our western land. ...#/. //. U. Onderdonk Treves Heinrich Ist.ac,\^oo 

46 When marshall'd on the nightly plain.. . Henry K. White, 1803 Kirke 

„__,.., .. _ • ■ ....» ( Bangor (1) Wm. Tansur, n?6. 

2o5 W hen musing sorrow weeps the past. . . Rev. Gerard A eel, 1841 . j B ur ford (2) Puree!/. 

252 When our heads are bowed with woe. ..Dean Mi/man, 1822 Redhead, No. 47... R. Redhead. 

314 When streaming from the eastern skies. . IV. Shrubsole, Jr., 1813. Brownell Haydn. 

266 When through the torn sail the wild I „. „ . J St. Nicholas (i)..Rev. J. H. Hopkins. 
tempest is streaming \ P ' "(Sullivan (2) A.S. Sullivan 

380 When wounded sore, the stricken souL.C F. Alexander, 1858 .. j Du^fee (2).'..'.'. "..Scotch 1 Psalter, 1615. 

18. While shepherds watched their flocks I .» • „ - r . \ Anglia (1) Old English Melody 

Dy night \ A a u " ' atc ^ I7 ° 3 1 Nottingham (2).. Dr. Jer. Clarke. 

141 While Thee 1 seek, protecting Power. ..HeL n M Williams \$£SS£L'iA.C. LnetT^' 

31 While with ceaseless course the sun Rev. J. Nnuton, 1770 Haven.. BluntenthaL 

m ^ M ., . „ n , M . S Cecilia (1) R. Redhead. 

494 U ho are these in bright array 7- .Montgomery, 1819... . -j Rapture (2) From Haydn. 

77 Who is this that comes from Edom T. Kelly \ PgjJ g;; ;••■ ■«"% f" 1 "^. 

436 Who place onSion's God their trust Metrical Psalm St. James R. Courtville, 1CS0. 

71 With broken heart and contrite sigh .. C. Riven, 1852 Penitence St. Albans Tune-B. 

427 NV 'ith glory clad, with strength arrayed.. Metrical Psalm Stewart '. . .St. A llan's Tune-B. 

199 With joy shall 1 behold the day Rev. 7. Merrick, 1763. . . Purleigh A Brawn. 

^77 With one consent let all the earth Metrical Psalm Old Hundredth Guil. Franc, 1543. 

2 39 Witness, ve men and angels now F. Beddpme, d. 1795 Armagh James Turle 

411 Ye boundless realms Of )0y Metrical Psalm Darwell Rev. J . Darwell 

290 Ve Christian heralds, go proclaim Missionary Chant.. C. Zeuner. 

171. Ye servants of the Lord Dr. Doddridge, d. i75i..Narenza Ger. [Dr.HavergmJ]. 



METRICAL INDEX. 



x. u. 

Htm*. 

Abtone 178 

Angels' Hymn 30,418' 

Angelus .94, i33 a 

Barrington 324. 

Bartholdy 287 

Berlin &f 

Bowen ru 44S 1 , 480 

Brockham . . • • 1 1 7 1 » 37 it 4" 

Cannons 3 

Canonbury 522 

Chantry 318 1 , 416 

Coleman. 133 1 

Darley . 295 

Devotion 7^ 

Dies Ilia... 3 

Dismission. 271, 312 

Dortmand 351 

Duke Street 205 2 

iisenach 328,410 

Federal Street 218, 387 

Freiburg 498, 499 

Germany . . . 158 1 , 336*, 450' 

Gotha . . . ". 403 

Grace Church. 62, 

142 3 , 166, 167, 240 

Gregory 155-, 223 

Hamburg 270, 377 

Hebron 318* 

xiudson 12 2 

''ursley 336 1 

intercession.. 131, 153, 262 

Kirke 46,437 

Luton 407 

Manly 124 

Meditation 444 

Melcombe ...126,329 

Mendon 273^, 439 

Militant 473 

^iis^bnary Chant ...273 1 , 

290, 429 s 

Morning Hymn — 150, 332 

Mozart 162, 304 

Notker. 142 1 , 446 1 

th . .277, 289, 405 1 
" (ancient form) . . .405 3 

Park Street 301 

Penitence 71,161,389 

Pentecost 29 V 

Playford 96, 275, 276 

Redhead, No. 4 353. 

354, 355. 35^» 357 

v v - 

Reliance 

Repose 

Requiem 360' 

Rockingham 83>, 

*>5',235, 249 

Rousseau 73 

Samson 119,192* 

Beamy ..... 

Sebastian 

Stewart 2 .4, 427 

St. Basil 57 

St Cross 89 

St. Faith 400 

St. Jerome 446* 

. r t. Paul 122 

bt. Vincent 343 

Sweden 325 

Styria 4X4 

TaDis' Canon 3^> 

11 Ev'gHymn 333* 

1 ntuty 11 

Traro 120,503 



Htm* 

J Vespers 459 

Vexilla Regis 79 

' Wareham 52, 192' 

• Waring 321 

Warrington 284 

Winchester, New 12 1 

. . , »3 ol »3»3 
Wortley 429 1 

L. M. t Double. 

Creation 508 

Peterborough 242 

C. M. 

Abridge 269 

Albano 125, 502 

Alexandria 261''', 435 

Arlington 2.5 

Armagh . 134, 239, 296, 402 j 
Ashley (with chorus) . . 369* 1 

Astra 408 ! 

Asylum 326 

Bangor... 255 1 , 378 

Barby 372 

Bedford . . ..112 3 , 415, 510 1 

Benediction 66 3 

Bishopthorpe 517 

Bristol ^03 

Brunswick 510 3 

Burford 51, 255 s 

Burlington 363 

Chesterfield 40, 360 

Chestnut Ridge 483 

Christmas 476 

Christ's Hospital og 3 

Coronation 424 s 

Covert 380 1 , 388, 486' 

Dundee 66 1 , 380* 

Duufermllne 172, 

*73» x 74, 417 

Eckardtsheim 441 3 

Edna 404 2 



Elvet 455 

Faber 460* 

Farrant 280 

Gregorian 185,475' 

; Hermann 15,156.286 

Heysham ... 365, 366 

Horsley.,27 1 , 1 -8 1 , 206, 2}! 1 

ierusalem 
Lersal 

Lancaster 114, 367 

London 501 

Manoah 453 1 

Mariow 471 

Martyrdom .222, 261', 383 

Mear 183, 234 

Miles' Lane 424 1 

Naomi 440 

Nativity 121, 23i 

Northampton 486 s 

Norton 453*, 496''' 

Nottingham 18 2 , 438 

Old Martyrs 56 

Oxford 316 

Portsmouth 396, 467 

Redhead, No. 28. . .311,568 

l% No. 29 500 

Siloam 224 

Southampton 348 

Southwell 496) 

Spohr 399 

St Agnes 26,128,20.404 

St. Alban's 475' 

St Ann 29. 18 u 278 

Barnabas (with 

chorus) 369' 

I St. Bernard 3go>, 388,455' 



Bm, 

St. David 32i 

St. Elisabeth 27 s 

St. Etheldreda 251, 

347. 400 
St. Frances ... 38, 127, 322 
St. Fulbert . . . 123, 208,516 

St. llu»h 75 

St. James. ... . 95, 436 
St. John ( Westminster j 2x1 

St Mary 256, 2^9 

St. Mary Magdalene, 

2I7,23I 3 

St. Olave 358, 451 

St. Peter,ii2 1 , 196,395, 441 

St. Stephen 245, 3^0 

Tallis' Ordinal 214,2/4 

Tiverton no, 421 

Thaxted 487 

Tottenham i83 2 , 297 

Ulm 48,458 

Vigils 1 49 

Wiltshire 246 

Winchester, Old. ..136, 426 
Windsor... . .6g 1 ,46o 1 

C. M., Double. 

All Saints 176 

Anglia 18 1 

Mercy 65 

St. Bartholomew 177 

St. Chrysostom .. 8 

St. Leonard 300, 337 

St. M atthew 253, 274 

Submission 41 

Vox Jesu 528 

Westlake 22, 230 

8. 3t. 

Aberyswith 50 

Asaph 513 2 

Bankfield 147 2 

Ben Rhydding 524 

Boy lston 315 

( adwell 147 1 

Cambridge 191, 2^9 

( arlisle 243, 244 

Cologne 482 s 

Confirmation 216 1 

Dennis 479 

Easter Even 97 a 

Eastnor 55» * 7°» 3 2 7 

Emmaus 346 

Ete.nity 513 1 

Evensong 334 1 

Festal Song 463 

Invitation.. 212 

Lyte 520 1 

Moccas 97^285 

Mornington 268 

Narenza 171 

Newland 518 9 

Olmstead 44 

Olmutz 462 

Potsdam S'8 1 

Schumann.. 334', 470, 489 

Serenity 195 

Sienna 520- 

Slver Street 2-6 2 

Southwell 474 

Steggall 29S 

St. Thomas 413 

St. Bride 60, 382, 482 1 

St. George 181 

St. Helen, 134, 135, 179, x8o 

St. Michael 32 

Swabia 159, 376 

Thatcher ... 364 



8. M.. Double. 

Hymw. 

Chalvey 28, 130 

Diademata 116 

Fairfield 113 

Hope 434 

8.8.6:8.8.0. 

Habakkuk. 443 

Magdalen College.. 102, 374 

Purleigh 199 

Treves 293, 419 

8.8 : 8.8 : 8.8. 

Brownell 250,314 

Carey's Tune 461 

Eaton 9 1 , 193 

Good Shepherd 504 

Griswold 375 

Hulme 201 

Linden 129 

Melita 14,241,267 

St. Jude 9 2 

St. Martyn 452 

St. Matthias 338, 515 

Veni Emmanuel 13 

Wavertree 70, 151 

8.8 8:8.8.8. 

Newcourt 194 

Old 1 13th 6, 320, 420 

Swiss Tune 11,319 

8.6:8.6:6.6.6.0. 

Hopkins 509' 

Paradise 509 

8.7:8.7:8 8.7 
(In m hie). 

Gloria Paschali 51 1 

Judgment Hymn 484 

SEVEN* (Irochaie). 

Three JLines. 
St. Philip 63 

Four X/ines. 

Ancient Litany 521 

Battishill 401* 

Beethoven.- 59 



Brasted. 
Eli 



,..401', 449' 
i7* 



Evermore 238 

Hernlein 49 

Innocents 47, 422 1 

Jersey 5*3 

Lubeck ika 

Monkland 305 

Parkman 408 

Pleyel's Hymn 449 1 

Pruen 163 

St. Edmund 5^ 

Strattner Qi 

St. Luke 525 

St. Columba 445 

^edhead, No. 45 .33 

M " 47 81, 2-2 

" 48. 164. 477 1 

Theodora 373 s 

Trinity Song 220 

Vienna >8 2 

Weber ... 340, 46 > 

Wentworth 373 

Whitney 

SEVENS. 
Four Linen, iit>, 

Alleluia. , 
Easter Hymn 99' 



% 



METRICAL INDEX. 






Hnm. 

WWtemberg 106 

Worgan 99 1 

,$ijo Lines. 

Cassell 46s 

1 laph.im 209 3 

Dix 45, 3°2 

Ephesus 140 1 

Faith 391 1 

Gcthsemane 86 

HaHejtt in, 140 8 

Leipsic 39i a 

Raosbon ... 33', 209! 

Rtdhe.vi, No. 76.. 95, 391 3 

St. Athanasius. .. 140' 

St. Bruno 247, 53 i l 

Taplady 531 3 

Verona 350 

Eight Lines. 

Benevento 54 

1 '.ecilia 494 1 

Haven S^SSz 1 

Hollingside 393 s 

Honiton. ... . . . 144, 422* 

Litany ... 53 1 

Martyn 532 s 

Milbu. n 42 

Rapture 494 s 

Refuge 393 1 

Richards 477 s 

Salzburg. 100 

St. George 43, 200, 306 

Spanish Chant 53 s 

r-n Lines. 

Mendelssohn 17 1 

St. Anselm .... 82 

7.7.7.5. 

1 .ove 527 

8 7 : 8.7 {trochaic). 

Cheetham 310' 

Ifcrndescensioa 223 s 

1 tykes 530 

Havergal 423 

Holy V nice:; 20 1 

Merton 3=52 

Pastor Bonus 385 

Rednead 433* 

Sar lis . . . . .39 

Siberia 20 3 

Stuttgard ......... 16, 433 1 

St. Agatha .. 223' 

St. Catherine 370 1 

Si. Ignatius..- - m«' 

Troy _ _ . i63 

1 rust 370 3 , 469 

Turnau 84 

H.7 : H.7 (Double). 

Austria . . 190' 

Moultrie 189, 431 

St Chat 4S4 3 

St. Fabi in 310 1 

sph 456 

Supplication 76,236 

. 213 1 

Witimi 

Zion 19 .' 

8.7:8.7: 1 .7. 

i :ii>:i 165 s 

I loo 145'' 

■ 115 

227 

rioudim »Ti .' th l's 481 

. 229 

Muhlenberg 83 

N-lv 14s 1 

Nodine 288 

Pilgrimage 505' 

v-imar.292, 18 1 ,50^ 
NSicilian Mariner's Hymn. 
r A 



Htm>. 

Storl 165 1 

St. Thomas i* 

8.7 : 8.7: 4^4.7. 

Benedic Anima. . . 5o6 3 t 529 

Dulce Carmen 430, 506' 

Elvey 282 1 

Oriel 282* 

Regent Square 2 K 282 s 

8 7-8.7:7.7. 

Albert s-2 1 

Dresden 92 

lrby 233 

Lavana 342 * 

Palms 77 l 

Unser Herrscher 107 

Vision 77 J 

8 8 7 : 8.8.7. 

Jubal 272 1 

Arnsberg 272 s 

8.4.7 : 8.4.7. 

Franc 330 1 

Haydn 330 3 

8.4:8.4:8.8.8.4. 

Nutfield 344 1 

Upsal 344 s 

8..">:8. 3. 

Mason 514 3 

Neale 514 1 

8.7.8.4. 

Stella 264 

8.8.8. 

Dies Irae 483 

7.7: 7.7 : 8.7. 

Arimathea ioi 1 

Firth ioi 3 

7.9:78:7.7. 

Meinhold 263 

7.8:7.8:4, 

St. Albinus 104 

6.5:6.5. 

Caswall . . . . > i 

St. Constantine 2?-" J 

St. Lucian 2* rf ' 

0.8 : 0.5 (Double). 

Entreaty 4-5 

Kiel 6? 3 

St. Andrew of Crete 6£» 

St. Alba:i (chorus) 232' 

St. Aubyn (chorus) ...232 3 
St. John 74 : 

8.8.8.8 (Iambic) 

Elliott 392' 

St. Crispin. ... 

8.8.8.4. 

Resignation 256' { 

j 394* j 

St. ( l.tliriel 394* ' 

- Chant 256' 

Alleluia) ..io- 1 
8.8.8.8:4.7, 

(n • •• /.. M.,» I'l' 1 ( 
4 horns.) 

Holy wood ,' 

Hosanna 4' 

8.8.0: 8.8,0. 
AlUluia 

S.r,:S. 6 :<<?..<?. 
Palmyra 33; 

8.8.: 8.8: 4.4 19.9. 

Cestria 



Htmw. 
S7 : 8.7: 5.5.5.6.7. 

Ein' Fcste Burg 397 

7.0:78:9.9. 

St. Anatolius 34T 

7 6:7.6. 

Eden 248 

Noel 491 3 

St. Alphege 491' 

7.6:7.6 (Donbh). 

Aurclia 202, 362 

Bentley 291 3 

Chenies 291 1 

Dorking 105 1 

^ing- •• 493 

Greenland io5 J 

Hodges 160 

Holy Days 175 

Joseph 219 

Missionary Hymn 283 

Monsell 64 

Munich 5 

Parker 87* 

Passion Chorale 87 1 

Patmos 492 

Pearsall 490 

St. Hilda 10 

St. Theodulph (with 

chorus) 72 

Zoan 34 

7.6:7 6:7.7 (S):7. 6. 

Amsterdam 447 

Russell Place 478 

7.7 4:6.6:6.4. 
Bridges 198 

6.7: 6 7:6.6:6.6. 
Nun danket alle Gott, 

303, 3°3 

6.6.6.6 (Iambic). 

Croton 7 3 

St. Cecilia 7 ' 

6s. Eight Lines. 

Baxter 254 

Peace 317 

0.0:0.0:8.9. 

(4.4.4.4). 

Christ's Church 118, 307 

Darwell 411 

Gopsal 152 

Harewood 279 

Old 148th 197 

St. Godric 157 

St. Mark 148 

St. Peter's (Manches- 
ter) .. ..143 

8.0.0.4:9.9.4. 

Ecce Agnus Dei 80 

0.4: 0.4:0.0.4. 

Kedron. 507 3 

Nenthorn 507 1 

0.4 : 0.0. 

Twilight 345 

0.0 8. /.•<; 0.9.4. 

Leoni 141 

a r, 1 : 0.0.0.4. 

Calvary 237' 

Harlan 309 

Moscow 428 

Stobel 146 

St. Ambrose 

8.4:0.4:04:8.4. 

Erfurt -65 

9.0:9.4, 
St. Cuthben . ..152 

9.1 ft intnhic). 

Dominus regit me. .. . 464 s 
Shephcrl 464 1 



Rnwt 
5.5.5.5:6.5.0.8. 

Good Cheer 47a 

9.S.9.S. 

Eucharistic Hymn 207 1 

Goudimel *o7* 

IO.IO : IO 10. 

Berlin 155 

Eventide 335* 

Epiphany 36 1 

Langran 67 

Pax Dei !6o 

Russian Hymn 36* 

Salem 36' 

St. Austin 155 1 

Troyte's Chant 335* 

10s. Six Lines. 

Evening 349 

Yorkshire 21 

JO.fi: 10.6 : 10,10. 

Guyon 457 

10 4:10.4:10.10. 

Lux Benigna 512' 

10.10.7. 

Heaven 497' 

St. Andrew 497* 

10 6: IO 6:7.6:76. 

Alleluia Perennc 432 s 

Endless Alleluia 4^=> 1 

10 10 IO, with Alle- 

luia. 

Cloisters 186 

Sarum 1S7 

11 S.12.9 (Irregular). 
Rosslyn 226 

11.10 : 11.10. 

Santa Laura 37' 

Webbe 37* 

lOs (Irregular). 

Bethany 93 1 

Welcome . . 93" 

11.10: 11.10 : 9.10. 

Angelic Songs 48^ 

I ilgrims 485* 

Vox Angelica 4°« l 

11 12 : 12.10. 

Nicasa 13* 

lOs and tls (Dacty- 
lic). 

Hanover 406, 519 

Lyons 35 

lis (Dactylic). 
St Cyprian 398 

S.s (Dactylic). 
St. Editha 330 

IJs | Dactylic). 

Scotland 384 

St. Nicholas 

Sullivan 266* 

n to .- r, r. • 7 7.; '..?. 

Barnby . 19 

Csanxl 6s (Dactylic). 
Adeste Fideles 25 

Ws, ffs, and 12s. 

Avison *JT 

Glad Tidings 23 1 

Triumph 108 

The Strain Upraise 425 

Vent Creator Spirittu. . 137 
Zoar 5** 



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF THE TUNES. 



HYMN. 

Aberycwith S° 

Abridge 269 

Adestc Fideles 25 

Albano 125,502 

Albert 342 1 

Alexandria 26^,435 

Alleluia. •• 109 

Alleluia Perenne 432 s 

All Saints 176 

Alstonc 17S 

Amsterdam 447 

Ancient Litany 521 

Angelic Songs 485 s 

Angels' Hymn 30,418' 

Angelas 94, 133- 

Anjjlia 18 ' 

Arimathea 101 1 

Arlington 215 

Armagh... 1 54, 239, 296, 402 

Arnsberg 272- 

Asaph 513- 

Ashley 369- 

Astra 468 

Asylum 326 

Aurelia 202, 362 

Austria 190 2 

Avison 23 2 

Bangor 255 1 378 

Bankfield 147 2 

Barby. 372 

Barnby 19 

Bai rington 324 

Bartholdy 287 

Battishill 401* 

Baxter 254 

Bedford . . 112 2 , 415, 510 1 

Beethoven 59 

Benedic Anima . . 5o6 2 ,529 

Benediction (CM) 66 2 

Benediction (8, 7, 4). . . 165 3 

Benevento 54 

Ben. Rhydding 524 

Beniley. 291* 

Bethany 93 

Berlin (L.M.) 83 

Berlin (io'>i *55 2 

Bishopthorpe 517 

Bowen 361, 448 ',480 

Boylston 315 

Brasted 401 ' , 449 1 

Bridges 198 

! 203 

Brockham ... 117 1 , 371,41a 

Brownell 250,314 

Brunswick 510' 

Burford 51, 255* 

Burlington 363 

Cadwell 147 • 

Calvary 237 s 

Cambridge 191, 299 

Cannons 2 

Canonbury .... 522 

Carej'sTune 461 

Car Us , l t e a «3, 2 " 

Cassell 465 

Caswall 74 1 

Cestria 257 

Cecilia 494! 



HYMN'. 

Chalcedon 145 2 

Chalvey 28, 130 

Chantry 318', 416 

Cheetham 310- 

Chenies 291 ' 

Chesterfield 40,360 

Chestnut Ridge 488 

Christ's Church ..118,307 

Christ's Hospital 69- 

Christmas 476 

Clapham 209 2 

Cloisters 186 

Coleman 133 1 

Cologne 4§2 2 

Condescension 223 s 

Confirmation 216 1 

Coronas 115 

Coronation 424 2 

Covert 380 1 , 388, 486 1 

Creation 508 

Croton 72 

Darley 295 

Darwell 411 

Dennis 479 

Devotion 78 

Diademata 116 

Dies Ilia 3 

Dies Irae 483 

Dismission 271,312 

J>ix. ; 45,302 

Dommus regit me 464 s 

Dorking 105 1 

Dortmand 351 

Dresden 92 

Duke Street 205- 

Dulce Carmen 430, qoo 1 

Dundee 66 1 , 380* 

DunfermMne 172, 

_ , 1 '73^74,417 

D y^es 53 o 

Easter Even 97 s 

Easter Hymn 99 s 

Eastnor 55, 170, 327 

Eaton 92, 193 

Ecce Agnus Dei 80 

Eckardtsheim 441- 

Eden 248 

Edna 404 2 

Ein' Feste Burg 397 

Eisenach 328,410 

EH 17 2 

Elliott 392' 

Elvet. 455 i 

Elvey 282 1 

Emmaus 346 

Endless Alleluia 432 1 

Entreaty 443 

Ephcsus 140 1 

Epiphany 36 1 

Erfurt 26s 

Eternity. 513* 

Eucharistic Hymn. . ..207 1 

Evening 349 

Even-Song 334' 

Eventide 335 1 

Evermore 238 

Ewin g 493 

Faber " .460' 



Fairfield 113 

Faith 391* 

Farrant 280 

Federal Street 218,387 | 

Festal Song 463 

Firth 101 J j 

Franc 330 1 

Freiburg 498, 499 

Germany. ..158 1 , 336', 450 1 

Gethsemane 86 

Glad Tidings 23 1 

Gleaners 227 ' 

Gloria Paschali 511 

Good Cheer 472 

Good Shepherd 504 1 

Gcpsal 152 

Gotha 403 

Goudimel 207 2 

Goudimel's 146th Ps. ..481 ' 

Grace Church . . 62, 

142'-, 166, 167, 240 

Greenland 105 2 

Gregorian 185, 475 l 

Gregory 158 2 , 228 

Griawold 375 

457 



Guyon 



Habakkuk 442 

Hallett 111,140 s 

Hamburg. 270, 377 

Hanover 406,519 

Harewood 279 

Harlan 309 

Haven . 31,53a, 532 1 

Havergal 423 

Haydn 330''' 

Hebron 318 2 

Heaven 497 2 

Hermann 15, 156, 286 

Hernlein 49 

Heysham 365, 366 

Hodges 160 

Holhngside 393 s 

Holy Days 175 

Holy Voices 20 1 

Holy wood 4 2 

Honiton 144, 422 s 

JJ° P £.- 434 

riopkins 509 1 

Horsley.. 27 ',188', 206,231' 

Hosanna 4' 

Hulme 201 

Hudson 12 2 

Hursley 336 1 

Innocents 47, 422 1 

Intercession. . .131, 153,262 

Invitation 212 

Irby 233 

Jersey. . 523 

Jerusalem 495 

Jcmi, Bone Pastor 229 

Joseph 219 

Jubal 27a 

Judgment Hymn 484 



Kedron 
Kersal. 



.507' 
61 



HYU 

Kiel 1 

Kirke 4G, - 

Lancaster 114, ; 

Langran 

Lavana 3 

Leipsic 31 

Leoni : 

Linden 

Litany 

London 

Love 

Lubeck 

Luton 

Lux Benigna 

Lyons 

Lyte 5 

Magdalen College. . 102, 

Manly 

Manoah 4 

Marlow 

Martyn 5 

Martyrdom.. 222, 261 1 , 

Mason 5 

Mear 183, 

Meditation 

Meinhold 

Melcombe 126, 

Melita 14, 241, 

Mendelssohn 

Mendon 273 s , 

Mercy 

Merton 

Milburn 

Miles'sLane 4 

Militant 

Missionary Chant. . . .27 
290, 4 

Missionary Hymn 

Moccas 97", < 

Monkland 

Monsell 

Morning Hymn 150, 

Mornington i 

Moscow 

Moultrie 189, , 

Mozart 162, 

Muhlenberg 

Munich 

Naomi , 

Narenza 

Nativity 121, : 

Neale 5 

Neely 1 

Nenthom .3 

Newcourt 

Newland 5 

Nicaea 

Nodine 

Noel 4 , 

Notker >42 l ,4 

453 2 , 4 

Northampton 4! 

Nottingham . . 18 2 , . 
Nun danket alle Gott. 
303, ' 

NutficH 3 ; 



ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF THE TUNES. 



HYMN. 

d Martyrs 56 

Id 100th 277, 389, 405 ' 

" ancient form .405 3 

Old 113th 6, 320,420 

Old 148th 197 

Olmstead. 44 

Olmutz 462 

Oriel *8 2 3 

Oxford 316 



Palms 77 1 

Palmyra 323 

Paradise 509* 

Park Street 301 

Parker 8 7 3 

Parkman 408 

Passion Chorale 87 1 

Pastor Bonus 385 

Patmos 492 

Pax Dei 169 

Peace 317 

Pearsall 490 

Penitence 71, 161, 389 

Pentecost 294 

Peterborough 242 

Pilgrimage 505 ' 

Pilgrims 485 s 

Playford. . 96, 275, 276 

Pieyel's Hvmn.. 449- 

Portsmouth 396, 467 

Potsdam 518 1 

Pruen 163 

Purleigh 199 

Rapture 494 2 

Ratislion 209*1 33 1 

Redhead i 1 

Redhead, No. 4. . . 353, 354, 

' JL a „ 355,356,357 
Redhead, No. 12... 85, 359, 

379 

Redhead ... 433''' 

Redhead, No. 28... 311, 368 

Redhead, No. 29 500 

Redhead, No. 45 33 

Redhead, No. 47. . . .81, 252 
Redhead, No. 48. . 164, 477 1 
Redhead, No. 76. 90,391 s 

Refuge 393' 

Regent Square . 24, 282 s 

Reliance 448^ 

Repose 26b 3 

Requiem.. 260 1 

Resignation 2s6 2 

394 ' 
477 a 



Rest 

Richards 477 s 

Rockingham 83 

205', 235. atq 

n 226 

Rousseau 73 

Russell Place 478 



HYMN. 

Russian Hymn 36' 

St. Agatha 223 1 

St. Agnes.. 26, 128,210, 404 1 
St. A Than (chorus) .... 232 ' 

St. Albans 47s 2 

St. Albinus 104 

St. Alphege 491 ' 

St. Ambrose 237 1 

St. Anatolius 341 

St. Andrew 497 1 

St. Andrew of Crete 68 1 

St. Ann 29,184, 278 

St. Anselm 82 

St. Athanasius 140 2 

St. Aubyn (chorus).. . .2^2 2 

St. Austin 155 1 

St. Barnabas (with chorus) 
3691 

St. Bartholomew 177 

St. Basil 57 

St. Bernard 455* 

St. Bride's.... 60, 382,482' 

St. Bruno .. 247, 531 1 

St. Catherine 370' 

St. Cecilia 7 1 

St. Chad 454 2 

St. Chrysostom 8 

St. Columba 445 

St. Constantine 22s 3 

St. Crispin 392 s 

St. Cross 89 

St. Cuthbert 132 

St. Cyprian 398 

St. David 221 

St. Editha 339 

St. Edmund 58 

St. Etheldreda.251, 347,400 

St. Elizabeth 272 

St. Fabian 310 1 

St. Faith 409 

St. Frances 38, 127,322 

St. Fulbert. . . .123, 208, 516 

St. Gabriel 394 s 

St. George (S. M.) ....181 
St. George (7's) 43, 200, 306 

St. Godnc 157 

St. Helen. .134, 135,179, 180 

St. Hilda 10 

St. Hugh 75 

St. Ignatius 213- 

St. James 95, 436 

St. Jerome . 44O 2 

St. John (6's, 5'sD).. .741 
St. John (Westminster)^ 11 

St. Joseph 456 

St. Jude 9 a 

St. Leonard 300, 337 

St. Lucian 225 1 

St. Luke 535 

St. Mark 148 



HYMN. 

St. Martin 452 

I St. Mary 258, 259 

J St. Mary Magdalene. .217. 
231 2 

St. Matthew 253, 274 

St. Matthias 338, 515 

• St. Michael 32 

St. Nicholas 266 1 

St. Olave 358,451 

St. Paul 122 

St. Peter (Manchester). 143 
St. Peter's (Oxford). . 112 ', 

_ ^.,. 196,395,441' 

St. Philip 63 

i St. Stephen 245, 390 

St. Theodulph (with cho- 
rus) 72 

St. Thomas (S. M.) ...413 

St. Thomas 1- 

St. Vincent 343 

Salem 36 s 

Salzburg 100 

Samson 119, 192- 

Santa Laura 37 1 

Sardis 39 

Sarum 187 

Saxc-Weimar.292, 381, 505 2 

Saxony 386 

Schumann 334 2 , 470, 489 

Scotland 38A 

Sebastian 418 2 

Serenity 195 

Shepherd 464 1 

Siberia 20 3 

Sicilian Mariners' Hymn, 
165 3 

Sienna 520 3 

Sjloam 224 

Silver Street 216 3 

Southampton ... 348 

Southwell (C. M.) 49 6 > 

Southwell (S. M.) 474 

Spanish Chant 53" 

Spohr 399 

Stella 264 

Steggall 298 

Stewart 204, 427 

Stobel 146 

Storl 165 1 

Strattner 91 

Stuttgard 16, 433 1 

Styria 414 

Submission 41 

Sullivan 260 3 

Supplication 76, 236 

Swabia 159, 376 

Sweden 325 

Swiss Tune 11, 319 

Tallis' Canon 333 1 

M Ev'ng Hymn . . 333' 



HYMN, 

Tallis' Ordinal... 214,274 

Thatcher 364 

Thaxted 487 

Theodora 373' 

The strain upraise. . 425 

Tiverton 1 10, 4; : 

; Toplady -SBi* 

Tottenham 188 2 , 297 

Treves 293,41c, 

Trinity 117 2 , 139' 

Trinity Song 220 

; Triumph 108 

! Troy 16S 

Troy te's Chant .. 256' , 335 2 

Truro 120, 503 

Trust 370 2 , 469 

Turnau 84 

Twilight 345 

Ulm 48,458 

Unser Herrscher 107 

Upsal 34,; - 

Veni Creator Spiritu* . . 137 

Veni Emmanuel 13 

Verona 350 

Vespers 459 

Vexilla Regis 79 

Victory (Alleluia) 103 

Vienna o8 J 

Vigils 149 

Vision 77 2 

Vox Angelica 485' 

j Vox Jesu 528 

Wareham 52,192' 

Waring 321 

Warrington 284 

Wavertree 70,151 

Weber 340, 466 

Webbe 37 3 

Welcome 93* 

Wentworth 373' 

Westlake 22,230 

Weston 213' 

Whitney 98' 

Wiltshire 246 

Winchester (New) 12 1 , 

139 X , 3*1 
W nchester (Old) . 136,426 

1 ndsor 69', 460' 

\v irtomberg 106 

Witima 454* 

Worgan 99' 

Wortley 429' 

Yorkshire 21 

Zion ioo 1 

Zoan 34 

Zoar 9* 



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PREFACE 



This Service Book is published with the Cornell, Organist of St. Paul's Chapel, 

wish of meeting the demands of many breth- New York, as good specimens of Churchlike 

ren who have introduced "The Hymnal, musical composition. 

with Trass Olb and New," into their 1 ToNathanB Warren", Mus. Doc., I am ht- 

parishes. To adapt tho Book to general debted for the permission to use portions of 

use by lilting it to the tastes and prefer- his Communion Service, which has been al- 

ences which ma? prevail in the several ready published. 

B8, t contains English Chants with "While the hearty co-operation of my 

other Music, and Gregorian Tones for the friends, Mr. Rousseau and Dr. Walter, 
Canticles and the Special Offices contained .considerably Lessens my Editorial labours, 

in the Book of Common Prayer. That I their efficient aid must necessarily take, as 

may not compromise myself, however, by it deserves, much of the credit which kind 

this arrangement, 1 must express myself friends have so generously attributed to my 

most positively in favonrofthe Gregorian own efforts. in the Service of Song. To Dr. 

Tones; and, after a long experience of Plain Walter I must make special acknowledge 

Song ;it the Chnr.-h <>1 the Holy Cross, I now tnents for the interest shown in my work by 



most earnestly recommend the Gregorian 
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1 would <■;.'! particular attention to the 



his patient industry, the skill and careful- 
Mid the willingness to cairy out my 

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O come, let us siiifj | unto ■ the | Lord : || let us heartily rejoice in the | 

strength ■ of | our ■ sal- | vation. 
U come before His presence with | thanks- == | giving: || and show 

ourselves | glad ■ in | Him ■ with | psalms. 
For the Lord is a | great ■ = | God : || and a great King a- | bove ■ = | 

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of the | hillh ■ is | His ■ = | also. 
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me, lei Dfl \\ orsliip. | and ■ fall | down : }| and kneel be- | fore ■ the | 

Lord • our | Maker. 
For He is the j Lord ■ our | God : || and we are the people of His pasture, 

and the | sheep ■ <>f j His ■ hand. 
O worship th<- Lord in the j beauty ■ of | holiness: || let the whole earth | 

stand • in | awe ■ of | Him. 
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ed judge the world, and the | peo-ple I with ■ His | truth. 
Glory be1 Father, | and -to the | Son : || and | to -the | Ho-ly | 01 
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Venite, exultemus Domino. 

O come, let us siia^ | unto ■ the | Lord : || let us heartily rejoice in the | 

strength • of | our ■ sal- | vation. 
Let us come before His presence with | thanks- — | giving : || and show 

ourselves | glad ■ in | Him ' with | psalms. 
For the Lord is a | great ■ = | God : || and a great King* a- | bove ' = | 

all • = | gods. 
In His Land are all the corners | of ■ the | earth : || and the strength 

of the | hills • is | His ■ == | also. 
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dry ■ j land. 
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Lord * our | Maker. 
Foe He is tix- I Lord ■ our | God : || and we arc the people of His pasture, 

and the | sheep • of I His ■ ! hand. 
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stand • in | awe ' of | Him. 
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The goodly fellowship of the ; Pro-phets I praise ■ = | Thee. 
The noble army of Martyrs | praise • = ! Thee : || 
The holy Church throughout all the world | doth * ac | know - ledgft | 

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Dec. Govern them : and lift them | up • for | ever. 
Fuel./ Day by day : we magni- | fy = | Thee. 

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p Vouchsafe, Lord: to keep us this day J with -out | sin. 
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ye Nights and Days, | bless ■ ye the | Lord : j| praise Him, and | magni- 
fy | Him ' for | ever. 

ye Light and Darkness, j bless ' ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | mag- 
ni-fy ' Him * for | ever. 

ye Lightnings and Clouds, | bless • ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | 
magni-fy Him ■ for j ever. 

let" the Earth, j bless • — the | Lord : || Yea, let it praise Him, and | mag- 
ni-fy [ Him • for | ever. 

ye Mountains and Hills, | bless • ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | mag- 
ni-fy ] Him • for j ever. 

all ye Green Things upon the Earth, | bless ■ ye the I Lord : l| praise Him, 
and I magni-fy j Him ' for j ever. 

ye Wells, j bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | magni-fy | Him • 
for | ever. 

ye Seas and Floods, | bless ■ ye the j Lord : || j)raise Him, and | magni- 
fy | Him • for | ever. 

O ye Whales, and all that move in the waters, j bless * ye the | Lord : || 
praise Him, and | magni-fy ! Him* for | ever. 

all ye Fowls of the Air, j bless ' ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | mag- 
ni-fy Him • for | ever. 

all ye Beast* and Cattle, { bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | mag- 
ni-fy | Him • for | ever. 

O ye children of .lien, j bless ■ ye the Lord : || praise Him, and | magni-fy | 
Him • for | ever. 

let Israel | bless • — the | Lord : || praise Him, and | magni-fy j Him ■ for | 
ever. 

ye Priests of the Lord, ] bless * ye the | Lord : || praise Him, and | magni- 
fy Him • for [ ever. 

ye Servants of the Lord, | bless • ye the | Lord : || praise Hi in, and | mag- 
ni-fy Him ' for | ever. 

ye Spirits and Souls of the Righteous, | bless ' ye the | Lord : || praiso 
Him, and magni-fy | Him • for | ever. 

ye holy and humble Men of Heart, | bless ' ye the j Lord : || praise Him, 
and | magni-fy Him ' for ever. 

Glory be to the Father, and- to the Son : II and I to ■ the j Ho-ly j Ghost. 

As it was in the beginning, is now, and J ev-er | shall be: || world ; with- 
out I end. A- I men. 



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magni-fy | Him ■ for | ev-er. 
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ye Light and Darkness, ' bless ■ ye the | Lord ; | praise Him, Ac. 

ye Lightnings and Clonals, bless ■ ye the | Lord : praise Him, &o. 

1 > lei the Earth bless the 1 Lord \ fl Yea, 1st it praise Him, and|inagni-fyl 

Him • for | ev-er. 



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O all ye Green Things upon the Earth, \ bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise Him, &c. 

O ye Wells, bless • ye the | Lord : l| praise Him, &c. 

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O ye Whales, and ail that move in the waters, | bless ■ ye the | Lord : | 

praise Him, &c. 
all ye Fowls of the Air, | bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise Him, &c. 
O all ye Beasts and Cattle, j bless • ye the | Lord : || praise Him, &c. 
O ye children of Men, | bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise Him, &c. 
O let Isra- el ■ bless the | Lord : || praise Him, &c. 
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O ye Servants of the Lord, ' bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise Him, &c. 
O ye. Spirits and Souls of the Righteous, J bless ■ ye the | Lord : || praise 

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come before His | pre-sence | with ■ a | song. 
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deemed ■ His | people ; 
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His | sor - vant | David ; 
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H" hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the house of | ls-ra- | el : || 

and all U if ends of the world have seen the sal- va-tion of our | God. 
Show yours Ives joyful unto the Lord, I all * ye ' lands : || sing-, re- j joice, 

and give ■ = thanks. 
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of - = giving. 

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fore -the Lord, the King. 
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and th y ' that dwell ' there- | in. 
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mong ■ = | all • = | nations. 
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Who forffivetih | all • thy I sin : || and healeth all | thine ■ in- | firm -i- | ties; 

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minion : || praise thou the Lord, | O • — | my • = | soul. 

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Instead of "0 come, let us sing," &c. 

Cheist our Passover is sacrificed | for • = | us : || therefore | let ■ us ] 

keep • the | feast ; 
Not with the old leaven, neither with the leaven of i malice ■ and | wickedness: || 

but with the unleavened bread of sin- j cer-i- | ty ■ and j truth. 1 Cor. v. 7. 

Christ being raised from the dead, | dieth ■ no | more : || death hath no 

more do- | min-ion | o-ver | Him. 
For in that He died, He died unto | sin* = | once : |j but in that He livetli, 

He | liv-eth | un-to | God. 
Likewise reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed | un-to j sin : || but 

alive unto God through j Je-sus | Christ ' our | Lord. Rom. vi. 9. 

Chejst is risen | from ■ the | dead : || and become the first-fruits | of • = j 

them • thai | slept. 
For since by | man ■ came | death : || by man came also the resur- | rec-tion { 

of • the | dead. 
For as in Adam [ all • = | die : || even so in Christ shall 1 all * be | made ■ 

a- live. 1 Cor. xv. 20. 

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Instead of "0 come, let us sing," Ac. 

Praise ye the Lord ; for it is good to sing praises | unto ■ our | God : || for 

it is | pleasant ■ and | praise ■ is | comely. 
The Lord doth build up Je- | ru-s;i- j lem : II He gathereth together the | 

oat -casts of | Is- ra- | el. 
\[i' healeth those that are | broken ■ in | heart : || and | bind-eth | up ■ their 

| wounds. 
He covereth the heaven with clouds, and prepared! | ruin ■ for the | earth : || 

He maketh the ; r rass to | grow • up - | on ■ the j mountains. 
Be tfiv«'lli to the | beast ' his | food : II and to the | young' = | ravens ■ which 

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I'<>r Ee hath strengthened the bars | of ■ thy | gates : He hath blessed thy 

| child - res with - | in | thee. 
He maketh peace | in ■ thy | borders: II and filleth thee with the | fi-nest | 

of • the | wheat. 
Glory be to the Father, | and • to the | Son : and to • the I Ho lv I Ghost; 
I was in the beginuinp, is now. and | ev-er | shall be: || world | with- 
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O praise the Lord, laud ye the >aine | of ■ the | Lord : || praise it, O ye | ser- 
vants ] of • the ; Lord. 

Ye that stand in the house J of ■ the | Lord : || in the courts of the | house ■ 
of j our • = j God. 

O praise the Lord, for the j Lord ' is [ gracious : || O sing praises unto 

His | Name, ■ for it ■ is lovely. 
The Lord is gracious, and | mer-ci- | ful : \\ lougr -suffering, | and • of j 

great ■ = goodness. 
The Lord is loving* unto | eve-ry I man : || and His mercy is | o-ver | 

all • His | works. 
All Thy works praise ] Thee, ■ | Lord : \ and Thy | saints ■ give | thanks 

unto Thee. 
The Lord doth build up | Je - ru - aa - h-in : || and gather together the ! 

out - casts of Is - ru - el. 
He healf-th those that are | broken ' in | heart : || and giveth medicine to | 

heal ' = j their ■ =. sickness. 
The Lord's delight is in them that | fear ■ = | Him : || and put th<ir trust | 

in • = His • = mercy. 
Praise the Lord, O - Je - | rusalem : || praise thy Ood, (> Si- on. 

For He hath made fast th- bars of ■ thy gated : [ : anJ hath blessed Thy 

child - ren with - | in *. = | Thee. 
He maketh peace \ in • thy | borders : || and filleth thee with ■ the | flour • 

of | wheat* 
He is our God, even the (»od of whom comeib ■ sal - varum : (rod is tho 

Lord by whom ■ we es- <-.ipe • = | death. 
God, wonderful art Thou in Thy ho-lj pi a the God of 

Israel. He will give strength and* power unto Hi-, people. Bleas-ed i 

God. 

Glory be to the Fsitlier, j and ' to the Sou: and to • the 

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The earth is the Lord's, and sill that there - in ] if 

world, and they ' that dwell ■ there- \ in. 
For He bath founded it op- \ on • the | seas: || and prepared 

on ■ the floods. 

Who BhaU ascend into the hill of* the Lord: || or who shall rise up 
in • His ho-ly place ? 
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art | judg- = | ed. 
Behold I was | shapen ■ in | wick-ed- | ness : || and in sin | hath ■ my | 

mother • con- | ceiv-ed | me. 
But lo, Thou requires* | truth ■ in the | in -ward | parts : || and shalt make 

me to | under-staud j wis-dom | se-cret- | ly. 
Thou shalt purge me with hyssop, | and ■ I | shall ■ be | clean : || Thou shalt 

wash me, and I | shall ■ be | whi-ter | than ■ = | snow. 
Thou shalt make me hear of | joy ■ and | glad- = | ness : || that the bones 

which | Thou ■ hast | bro-ken | may ■ re- | joice. 
Turn Thy | face ■ from | my ■ = | sins : j| and | put ■ out | all • = j my • mis- | 

deeds. 
Make me a J clean ■ heart, | O " = | God : |] and renew a | right ■ == | spirit ' 

with- | in • = | me. 
Cast me not away | from ■ Thy | pre- = j sence : || and take not Thy | Ho-ly j 

Spir-it | from ■ = | me. 
O give me tbe comfort | of ■ Thy | help ■ a- | gain : || and stablish | me ■ 

a Thy ■ — j free ■ = | Spirit. 
Then shall I teach Thy | ways • un- | to ■ the | wicked : || and sinners shall 

be • cou- | v art-ed j un-to | Thee. 
Deliver me from blood-guiltiness, O God, Thou that art the God • of j my=! 

health : and my tongue ' shall sing of ■ Thy J right-eons- n. 
Thou shalt open ■ my ! lips,- Lord : fl and my mouth -shall j shov. 

Thy * — praiso. 
For Thou desirest no sacrifice. else ■ would I give ■ it Thee : || but 

Thou de- light-est not ■ in burnt- offerings. 
Th of CjJod i^ • q trou-bled spirit: | a broken and contri :■■ 

heart, God, ■ shalt Thou ■ = | not ■ de- | spisa 
Glorv be to the Fa-ther, ' and ■ to the Son : !' and | to ■ the | Ho- = j 

= • ly Ghost ; 
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Lord, lot mo know my end, and tin 1 iiiiiiiIm i | of • my | days : || that I may 

be certified how | long • I | have ■ to | live 
Behold. Thou hast made idy days as it were a | span ■ = | long : || and mine 

;ig«- is even as nothing in respect of Thee; and verily every man living' is | 

al - to- | geth - er | vanity. 
For man walketh In a vain shadow, and sUsquietetn him- | self* in | vain : || 

heheapeth ap riches, and cannot nil | who * shall | gath-er | them. 
And now. Lord, | what is ' my | hope : || Truly my | hope ■ is | even ' in | 

Tie 
Deliver me from nil | mine ■ of- | fences: and make me not a re- | buke ■ 

an- i to • the | foolish. 
When Thou with rebukes dost chasten man for Bin, Thou makest Ids beauty to 

consume away, like as it were a inoiii | fretting • a I garment : II every 

«ii;iii i t'< 8 | is-* but | vanity. 

Bear mj prayer, <> Lobd and with Thine <jhs oon- | aider • my | calling : II 
hold not Thy I peace ■ | at • my tears; 

Por I :t ■■■ a stranger* with I 'Thee: \ and a sojourner as | all ■ my | fa- 
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Lord, Thou bast | been ■ our | refuge : || from one gener- | a-tion | to • an- | 

other. 
Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever the earth and the | world * 

were | made : || Thou art God from everlasting:, and | world ■ with- | 

out • = | end. 
Thou turnest man | to ' de- | struction : || again Thou sayest, Come a- j gain, ' 

ye | children • of | men. 
For a thousand years in Thy si $j lit are | but ■ as j yesterday : || seeing that is 

past | as • a | watch ■ in the | night. 
As soon as Thou scatterest them they are even | as • a | sleep : || and fade 

away | sudden -ly | Uke ■ the | grass. 
In the morning it is green, and | grow-eth | up : || but in the evening it is cut 

down, | dri - ed | up, ■ and | withered. 
For we consume away in | Thy " dis- | pleasure : || and are afraid at Thy \ 

wrath - ful j in - dig- | nation. 
Thou hast set our misdeeds be- \ fore ■ = | Thee : II and our secret sins in 

the \ light of • Thy | conn - t.e- j nance. 
For when Thou art angry, all our days • are | gone : II we bring our years to 

an end, as it | were • a j tale that ■ is | told. 
The days of our age are threescore years and ten ; and though men be so strong 

that thoy come to | four - score | years: || yet is their strength then bat 

labour and sorrow; so soon passeth it a- | way, ' and we ■ are [ gone. 
So teach lis to number- our days : || that we may apply our hearts | un- 
to wis - dom. 
Glory bo tothe Father, ' and ■ to the I Son : || and to ■ the Ho-ly Ghost; 
As it was in the beginning, is now. and|ev-er | shall be: || world ! witli- 

out | end. A- | men. 

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My sou] dotli ma$rni- | fy ■ the | Lord : || and my spirit hath re- | joiced ' 

in | God • my | Saviour. 
For He ' hath ■ re- | garded : || the lowliness | of * His | hand- = [ maiden. 
For be- | hold, • from | henceforth : || all gener- \ ations ■ shall | call ■ me | 

blessed. 
For He that is mighty hath ina^ni | rl - ed | me : || and j ho - ly | is • His 

Name. 
His mercy is on them that | fear* = | Him : |l throughout j all • = | 

gen - er- ations. 
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in the imfmin- a -lion | of* their i hearts. 
He hatli pal down the iiu^lii) from 'their scut: || and hiith ex- I alted • 

the humble ■ and meek. 
He hath filled the hwffry with* good things: and the rich He hath • 

sent empty ■ a- way. 
II remembering His mercy hath holpen His servant j Is-ra- | el : II as He 

promised to oni forefathers, Abraliam and ■ his I seed. • for | ever. 
Glory be to the Father, | and • to the | Son : and | to ■ the | Ho-ly | Ghost; 
A* it was in the beginning, is now, ami | er-er | shall be : || world with- | 

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Lord, now lettest Thou Thy servant tie- | part ■ in | peace : II ac- | cord- 
ing | to • Thy | word. 

* «>r mine eyes ■ have | seen : || Thy | sal - = | va • = | tion, 

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(ilory || l»' to tbe Fsitlier. and to the . . . | Bon : and . . . | to the Hb~ly~Ghoet; 

As it |i was in the beginning, is now, ami over | shall be: world with- 1 out end. 'A -men. 

The Intonation should be used on all Sundays and Festivals at the beginning of the 
first verse of each Canticle, and also for ev=ry verse of the Benedictus, Magnificat and Xunr, 
Dnmttis. In this book the Intonation is used for every verse of the Anthems for Easter 
])\y: for the I'salin at the Consecration of a Chukch, and Institution of Ministers, and 
also for each verse of the Gloria Patri. 

In the above example, and in the pages following, the words placed before the short 
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The words which follow the short double bar ( || ) aud precede the single bar ( ) in 
either part of the Chant, belong to the Dominant (or Keciting Note). The last important 
word in the recitation is printed in heavier type, and when this word contains more than 
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"prepared," "generation," &c. 

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final note which is used when the half-verse ends with an unaccented word or i yllable, 
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the variable note from the other notes of the melody which are invariable The accent 
marks in the text correspond with those placed over the notes of the Mediation and 
Cadence. 

A Byllable intended to be sung to two or more notes, is printed in italics. 

When two words arc to be Bung to one note, they are joined by a short curve ( " 
in the Beoond verse of the Venite. 

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oonoeded thai the melody should be rang by all the voices in unisons and octaves, in 
which case the skillful organist may vary the accompaniment; taking care not to perplex 
the Toioes by an injudicious one at modern and chromatic harmonica 

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Venite, exultemus Domino. 

come, let us sins: unto the | Lord : let us heartily rejoice in the 

strength of | our - sal-va-tion. 
Let us come before His presence with thanks- | giv-ing : and show 

ourselves | glad • in • Him ■ with ^psalms. 
For the Lord is a great | God : and a great King a- | bdre ■ all ■ 

gods. 
In His hand are all the corners of the | earth : and the strength of 

the hills is | ETu • al-so. 
The sea is His, and He | made ■ it : and His hands pre- | par-c-d 

the^diy ' land. 
O come, let us worship, and fall | dbwn : and kneel before the j 

Lbrd ' our ■ Ma-ker. 
For He is the JLord our | God : and we are the people of lib 

pasture, and the | sheep ■ of ■ His • hand. 
O worship the Lord in the beauty of \ ho-liness : let the whole 

earth | stand ■ in ■ awe ' of~Him. 
For He cometh, for He cometh to judge the j earth : and with n^ht- 

eoasness to judge the world, and the | peo-p'e ■ with ■ His'rrutli. 
I be to the Father, and to the j Son : and to ■ the ■ Ho-ly~Ghost ; 
was in the beginning, is now, and ever | shall ' be •. world with- j 

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strength of | our ■ sal-ra-tion. 
Let us come before His presence with | tAdnJbs-giY-ing : and show 

ourselves | glad ■ in ' Him ' with ■ psalms. 
For the Lord is a | <jrcat ' God : and a great Kins; a- | bore ' all ' 

g( >ds. 
In His hand are all the comers | of ■ the • earth : and the strength 

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The sea is His, and | He ■ made ■ it : and His hands pre- | par-ed ' 

IheOlrV ' land. 
O come, let us worship, and \fHUl'tldwi : and kneel before the | 

Lb;d • our • Afa-ker. 
For He is the Lord • our • Gfdd : and we are the people of His 

pasture, and the | sheep ■ of ' H%S ' hand. 
O worship the I.or«l in the I beauty ■ of ' holiness : let the whole 

eartB | stand • in • awe ' of ' Him. 
PqK lb' comet h. for He coiiielh to | judge • the * earth : and with right- 
eousness to judge the world, and the I peo-ple ■ with • His ■ truth. 
| be to the Father. | and t > • tbaTSdn : and | to ■ the ■ Hb-ly ' Ghost; 
was in the beginning, is now, and | ev-er ■ shall -be : world with- | 

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OH come, let us sing | un-to * ihe^Lord : let us heartily rejoice in the | 
strength ■ of ■ our ■ sal-va-tion. 
Let us come before His presence with | thanks -giv-iDg : and show 

ourselves glad in | Him • with • psalms. 
For the Lord is a | great • God : and a great King a- | hove ■ all ' 

gods. 
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of the hills | is ■ His ■ al-so. 
The sea is His, and | He ■ made ■ it : and His hands pre- | par-ed • 

the^(/?*y • land. 
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Lbrd * our ■ Ma - ker. 
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pasture, and the | sheep ■ of ■ His • hand. 
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earth | stand ■ in ■ awe ■ of ■ Him. 
For He cometh, for He conieth to | judge ■ the ■ earth : and with right- 
eousness to judge the world, and the | peo-p!e ■ with ■ His • truth. 
ULo-BTJibe to the Father, | and ■ to ■ fche~/8&w : and | tb ■ the ■ Ho-ly • Ghdst ; 
As rr was in the beginning, is now, and | ev-er ■ shall * be : world with- | 

but • end. A-men. 



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Te Deum laudamus. 

Priest. Full. 

We praise Thee, God : we acknowledge | Thee -to-be • the^Lord. 

Full. All the earth doth | wbr-ship • Thee : the Father | ev-er-last-ing. 

Dec. To Thee all Angels ; cry ■ a -loud : the Heavens, and | all ■ the ■ 

Powers • therein. 
Can. To Thee Cherubim and | Se-raph-im : con- | tin-ual-ly ■ do^cry, 
Full. Holy, j Holy,- H6-ly : Lord | God ■ of • Sa-baoth ; 

Heaven and earth are full | of * the • Ma-jesty : * | of • Thy ■ glb-ry. 
Dec. The glorious company j of ' the~A - pbs - ties : * | praise • = •*=• 

Thee. 
Can. The goodly fellowship j 6f ■ the • Prb-phets : * | praise • = • % = ■ 

Thee. 
Dec. The noble | ar-niy~of ■ Mar-tyrs : * | praise • = •*==" Thee. 
Can. The holy Church throughout | all • the ■ world : doth J x = • acknow- 
ledge ~ Thee ; 
Dec. The | Fa- = ■ x = • ther : of an | in -finite ■ Ma-jesty ; 
Can. Thine a- | dor -able,- true : and | on- = • N = • ly^Son ; 
Dec. Also the | Hb-ly • Ghost : the | Com- = • % = ■ forter. 
Full. Thou art the | King ■ of ■ glb-ry : * | X) • = • x = • Christ. 

Thou art the ever- | last - ing ■ Sbn : of j the • == • Fa-ther. 
Dec. When Thou tookest upon Thee to de- | liv-er ■ man : Thou didst 

humble Thyself to be born | of • a • Vir-gin. 
Can. When Thou hadst overcome the sharp-ness^of * death : Thou didst 

open the kingdom of Heaven to | all ■ be-liev-ers. 
Dec. Thou sittest at the | right ■ hand~of . Gbd : in the glory | of ■ the ' 

Fa - ther. 
Can. We believe that | Thbu • shalt ■ cbme : to | be • = • our ■ Judge. 
Dec. We therefore pray Thee, | help ' Thy ■ ser-vants : whom Thou hast 

redeemed | with ■ Thy • pre - cious^blood. 
Can. Make them to be numbered | with ■ Thy ■ Saints : in glory | ev-er- 

last - ing. 
Dec. O Lord, | save ■ Thy ■ peo-ple : and | bless ■ Thine ■ her-itage. 
Can. Gov- | ern • them : and lift them | up • for • ev-er. 
Full. Day | In/ ■ day : we | mag - ni - fy ■ Thee ; 

And we | worship ■ Thy ■ Name : ever | world • with - but ' end. 
Dec. Vouchsafe, | % • Lord : to keep us | this ■ day~witli- but ■ ein. 
Can. O Lord, have | mer-cy^up-bn ' us : have | mer - cy~up - on ■ us. 
Dec. O Lord, let Thy mercy | be • up-bn • us : as our | trust ■ is ■ in ■ 

Thee. 
Full. O Lord, in Thee | have ■ I • trust -ed : let me never | be ■ oon- 

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O = |J all, ye Works of the Lord, | bless ■ ye ■ th-e^Lord : praise Him, and | 

niagni-fy ■ Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Angels of the Lord, | bless ' ye * the^Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy • Him ■ for ■ evn r. 
O ye Heavens, Moss • ye • tlie^Ld'd : praise Him. and | magni-fy ' 

Him • for ■ i'v-it. 
O ye Waters thai be above the I'll win if ml, | bless ■ ye ■ the~A<W : 

praise Him, and magni-fy ■ Him ■ for • ev-er. 
O all yo Towers of the Lord, | bless • ye ■ the" Lord : praise Him, 

and | magni-fy ■ Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Sun and Moon, | bless 'ye ■ \\w~ Lur<l \ praise Him, and ] mag« 

ni-fv • Him • for ■ ev-er. 
o ye Stars of Heaven, | bless • ye • the~/.<W : praise Iliiu, and J 

magni-fy ■ Him • for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Showers and Dew, bless 'ye* tho~/.<W : praise Him, and J 

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o ye Winds of God, | bless ■ ye ■ th<'~/.<W : praise Him, and | mag* 

ni-fv ■ Him • for • ev-er, 

at on the word "magnify," and the bar nelore it. 
i rToneV l, oinit tbe aooenta ou the word* " bleaa and •« magnify," and the ban next before. 



(ferrgorian Eonaei. 53 

O ye Fire and Heat, | bless ■ ye ■ the" Lord: praise Him, and | mag- 

ni-fy ' Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Winter and Summer, | bless • ye • the"Lord : praise Him, 

and | inagni-fy : Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Dews and Frosts, | bless ■ ye ■ the'" Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy ■ Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Frost and Cold, | bless ■ ye thc"Lord : praise Him, and | mag- 

ni-fy * Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
ye Ice and Snow, j bless ■ ye • the"Lord : praise Him, and | niag- 

ni-fy • Him ■ for ' ev-er. 
O ye Nights and Days, | bless * ye ■ the'" Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy ■ Him ' for • ev-er. 
O ye Light and Darkness, | bless • ye • the" Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy " Him • for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Lightnings and Clouds, I bless ■ ye * the" Lord : praise Him, 

and | magni-fy ' Him ' for • ev-er. 
let the Earth, | bless * — the~Z6/vZ : Yea, let it praise Him, and | 

magni-fy ' Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Mountains and Hills, | bless ■ ye ■ the" Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy ■ Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
all ye Green Things npon the Earth, | bless ■ ye ■ the" Lord : praise 

Him, and magni-fy ■ Him • for ■ ev-er. 
ye Wells, | bless * ye • the^Zdrd : praise Him, and | magni-fy- 

Him • for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Seas and Floods, | bless ■ ye * the" Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy " Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Whales, and all that move in the waters, | bless ■ ye ' 

the~~ L.brd : praise Him, and | magni-fy ■ Him* for ■ ev-er. 
all ye Fowls of the Air, | bless * ye ■ the~~Z.d/ , c7 : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy ' Him ■ for ■ ev-r-r. 
O all ye Beasts and Cattle, | bless ■ ye ■ the" Lord : praise Him, and | 

m&gni-fy * Him" for ' ev-er. 
O ye children of Jlen, | bless -ye ■ the" Lord : praise Him, and | mag- 
ni-fy * Him • for ' ev-er. 
let Israel ; bless ■ — the" Lord : praise Him, and j magni-fy • 

Him ' for ■ ev-er. 
ye Priests of the L-ord, \ bless ■ ye • the" Lord : praise Him, and I 

magni-fy * Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Servants of ttio Lord, | bless ■ ye ■ the" Lord : praise Him, and | 

magni-fy ' Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye Spirits and SouLs of the Righteous, | bless ' ye ■ the"Lbrd : 

praise Him, and m&gni-fy ■ IFim ■ for ■ ev-er. 
O ye holy and humble Hen of Heart, | bless ■ ye ■ the"Lord : praise 

Him, and | magni-fy ' Him ■ for ■ ev-er. 
Glo-bt fl be to the Father, | and ■ to ■ the" Son : and I td ■ the ■ Ho-ly • Ghost. 
As it y was in the beginning, is now, and | ' % v - er • shall • be : world with-j 

out • end. ' A -men. 



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and not We ourselves; aw are Hi- people, and the sll«e|> | of 

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6f • His • Name. 

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His • peo--p\e ; 
And hath || raised up a mighty salvation | fbr • its : in the house of His 

ser-vant ■ 2>d-vid ; 
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been J since ■ the wbrld ■ be - gan ; 
That =r || we should be saved frbm • our j en-emies : and from the hand 

of all • that • hdte ■ us. 
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sin'Q unto the Lord a j new ■ sdn^ : for He | hath ■ done ' mar- 
vellous • tilings. 
With His own right li:m<l, and with His | lib - 1 v ■ arm : hath He 

gotten Him - | self ' the • vie - to- ry. 
The Lord declared I His * sal-va-tion : His righteousness hath 

He openly showed in the | sight * of~the | AeMhen. 
He hath remembered His mercy and truth toward the | house of • 

Is-raol : and all the ends of the world have seen the sal- | va-tion * 

6f * our • God. 
Show yourselves joyful unto the Lord, | all ■ ye laiuh : sing:, re- [ 

joloe, and • oi'-r ' thanks. 
Praise tin- Lord up- | on ' tho ■ hdrp : sing to the harp with a 

l»s;ilni of th&nis-git-ing. 
With trumpets M-so • and^sfawm* : O show yourselves joyful 

be- lore ■ the ■ Lord, ■ the ■ King. 
Let the Ben make b noise, and sill that there - in fc: the round 

world and they ■ that • dwMl there- in. 
Let the do • la clap their hands, and Let the hills be joyful together 

be- (ore ■ the ■ Ldrd : tor ll<* com-eth~to ■ judge ■ the ■ earth. 
With righteousness shall Se judge • the • w&rul : and the 

pro - pi* " with • r - qui - ty. 
be to the Father, | and * to * the 3d and to • the • Ho-ly * Ghost; 
in the beginning, is now, and ev - er • shall • be : world 

with - I o'tt • end. .1 - men. 



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To tell of Thy loving-kindness early in the | morn-ing : and of Thy 

truth in the j night • sea -son. 
Upon an instrument of ten strings, and upon the | lute : upon a loud 

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rejoie" in giving praise for the oper- | a-tions 1 of~Thy ' bands. 
Glo-kt|| be to the Father, and to the | Son : ami td ■ Ihe ' Ilb-ly^Ghost ; 
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countenance, and be j merci-ful ■ frn-to • iu ; 
'L'liat Thy way may be | known ■ upon ■ earth : Thy saving liealtli 

a- | mdng ■ d// ■ na-tions. 
Let th< i pe< pie praise | Thee,' O ■ Gdd : yes, let all the | peo-ple ■ 

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pr&ii 
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God * be || merciful unto | us, • and ■ bless • us : and show us the light of His 
countenance, and he | merci - ful • un - to • us ; 
That Thy way may he | known ■ upon • earth : Thy saving health 

a- | mbng ■ all ■ ;/<x-tibns. 
Let the people praise | Thee, • O ■ Qdd : yea, let all the | peo-ple ■ 
prdise ■ Thee. 

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the folk righteously, and govern the | na - tions^np - dn ■ earth. 
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2>rai*'- ' Thee. 
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our own God, shall ;jiv«' | u; ■ His ■ bless -ing. 
<jJofl shall | We g • h< : and ail the ends of the | vorld ' sliall ■ fe/ir ■ 
Hun. 
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As • tt | ww in the beginning, is now, and ev - er * shall • be : world 
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ye that fulfil Bis commandment, end hearken unto the | voice • 
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Instead of "0 come, let us sing," <fec. 

Chbist our il Passover is sacrificed | for ■ us : therefore | let ■ us ■ keep ' 

the ~f east; 
Not with || the old leavon, neither with the leaven of malice and | wick- 
edness : but with the unleavened bread of sin- j cer-i-ty* 

and "truth. 1 Cor. v. 7. 
Chbist be- || ing raised from the dead, dieth no | more : death hath no F*ore 

do-- j min-ion ■ b-ver^Him. 
For in |l that He died, He died unto sin fbnee: butinthatHeliveth, He J 

liv-eth • un-to~God. 
Like - wise |i reckon ye also yourselves to be dead indeed unto sin : but aliv 

unto God through j Je-sus ■ Christ ■ our^Lord. Rom. vi. 9. 
Christ is ! risen from the i dead : and become the first- | fruits ■ of ■ them ' 

that^slepf. 
For since || by man canio ' death : by man came also the resur- [ rec-tion ■ 

Of * tll(~(lc;ul 

For as 1; in Adam all ) J'"e : even bo in Christ shall | all • be • made * 

alive. 1 Cor. xv. 20. 
Gix> - rt || be to the Father, and to the Sbo : a:i<! | ib ' the • KMy~Ghost 
As • rr II Was in the beginning, is nov, and ev.-i shall * be ; world 

with- out • end. A -men. 






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Instead of " come, let us sing," Ac. 

Praise ye || the Lord, for it is good to sing praises unto our | Gbd : for it is 

pleasant, and | praise ' is ' cbme-ly. 
The Lord dotli build up Jo- | m-salem : He gathereth together 

the oiil-casts'of • Is-rael. 
He healeth those that are broken in | heart : and \ bind-eth ■ up ' 

their "wounds. 
He oovereth the heaven with clouds, and prepareth rain for the 

earth : He makcth the grass to grow up- ; on ■ the ■ moun-tains. 
He gfrreth to the beast his | food : and to the | ydung • ravens* 

which ~\t\\ 
Praise - || the Lord, O Jc- rii-salmi : praise thy <iod, | • Si -on. 

For He hath strengthened tin 1 bars of thy gates : He hath blessed 

thy ohlld-ien ■ within ■ thee. 
He makcth peace in thy bor-dcrs ; and nlleth thee with the | 

fi-nest • of the ~ wheat. 

Gix) - rt II be to the Father, and to the Bon: and | to- tho-Hb-ly~Ghost; 
As • rr || was in the beginning, is now. and hall* be: world 

with- out • end. A -men 



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Domini est terra.* 

Paalm xxiv. 

is the Lord's, and all that therein J is the compass of the wdrld, and! they ■ 
that • dwell ■ therein. 

hath founded it upon the j seas : and prcr *.: 1 | It • up-6n • the~floods. 

ascend into the hill of the ; Lord : or lie nhall rise up in • His • ho- 
ly "place ? 

he that hath clean hands, and a pure | heart : and that hath not lift up hi; 

mind unto vanity, nor sworn to de- | ceive • his ■ neigh-bour. 
receive the blessing from the j Ldrd : and righteousness from the God of | 

his • sal-va-tion. 
the generation of them that | seek ■ Him : even of them that s£ek thy ; 

face, • • Ja-cob. 
your heads, (3 ye gates, and be ye lift dp, ye ever- | last-ing~ doors : and the 

King of glo-ry • shall ■ come^in. 
the King of glo-ry : it is the Lord strong and mighty, even the Ldrd [ 

mighty • in bat-tie. 
your heads, O ye gates, and be ye lift. up. ye ever- last-ing^doors: and tht 

King of glo-ry • shall ■ come^in. 
the King of glo-ry : Even the Lord of hosts, HS is the | King • of • gl6-ry. 
be to the Father, and to the Son : and | to • the • HO-ly~Ghost ; 
was in the beginning, is now, and ever | shall • be : world with- | 6ut : end 

v A-men. 



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the Lord, laud ye the Name of the | Ldrd : praise it, ye | ser-vants ■ 6f • 

the "Lord, 
stand in the house of the j Ldrd : in the courts of the | hduse • of • 6ur • God 
the Lord, for the Lord is | gra-cious : O sing praises unto His Name, for 

it -is - ldve-ly. 
is gracious and | m&r-ciiul : lrng-suffering, and of | grtat • good-ness. 
is loving unto &ve-ry~mau : and His mgrcy is \ 6-ver ■ all ■ His^woiks. 
works praise Th6e, O | Lord : and Thy saints give (hl?iJ;s • im-to~Thee. 
doth build up Je- , rii-salem : and gather together the | 6ut-casis~<f ■ \Ls-raeJ. 
eth those that are broken in | heart : and giveth medicine to | heal ■ their 

sick-ness. 
delight is in thOm that fear • Him : and put their trust | in • His • mer-cj 
the Lord, O Je- ru-salem : prase thy Gol, v ■ Si-on. 
hath mad i fast th» Lars of thy j gates : and hath blessed thy | child rn 

within • thee. 

• in thy borders : and filleth th£e | with • the • fl&ur ■ ofVheafc 
our G.V1. even the God of whom cometh sal- | v'a-tio:i : God is the Lord by 

whoii • we~*es-cape • death. 
God, wonderful ar^ Thou in Thy holy pl'a-ce^ : even the God of Israel, He 

will grv strength and power unto His people. | Blos.s-ed ■ b£ ■ God. 
the FiUh^-r, and to the Son : and td ■ the ■ Ho-lyTrhost; 
?he beginning, is now, and ever ] shall • be : world with- 6ut ■ end. 

' A-men. 



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II soul cloth niacin- | ix ■ the ■ tdrrf : and my spirit hnth rejoired 

in Odd • //'}/ • Su-viour. 
For = || II<» | hath ■ re-gard-ed : the lowliness of | ffii ■ //<W-miii<l-(ii. 
For be- li hold from | hcnca-fdrth : all generations shall | cat? • 

Bless-eoi 
r<>r He that is mighty hath I mag L -ni-fl-ed'" s me : and | ho-lv ■ )a His 

Ntone, 
And His " mercy is on | them • that • fear ■ Eim : throughout | a// ■ gdn 

er-eVtions, 
He bath shewed strength | with ■ His ■ drw : He hath scattered the proud 

in the imagin- | a-tion • of ' their ' hearts. 
He hath put down the Blighty | from ■ their ■ seat : and hath exalted the 

huni-1'1 • a "/ miel . 
II • hath oiled the lnm^ry | with • good • thing* : and the rich He hath 

s«'ii| c ■•; -\\ ■ :\->ia>/. 

He ri - m< ni" ring Hia morcy hath hfrlpcu Elia ! Ber-vani ■ *Is-ra< 1 : a 

promised to our forefathers, Abraham and his | seed • for 
Olo-bi be to the Father and'to'the Sdn: and tb'the'Hb-ly Ghdst; 
m in the beginning! ta now and |er-er | Bhall be: l| -world with- 

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For = ariae eyes ' have • seen : Thy ' • sal -rii- tion. 
Whioli =|| Thou Last ■ pre-p&r-ed : before the face of AS ■ //^-ple ; 
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how long I have • to ■ Vive. 
Behold, Thou hast made my days as it j were • a • span • long : and mine age is 

even as nothing in respect of Thee ; and verily every man living is alto- | 

geth-er ■ van-ity. 
For man walketh in a vain shadow, and disquieteth him- I self ■ in • vain : ho 

heapeth up riches, and cannot tell who ■ shall • ; ath - er~~theni. 
And now, Lord | whatsis • my hope : Truly my hope is | even ■ in • Thte. 
Deliver me from all mine • ci-fen-ces: and make me not a rebuke j unto - 

the • f ool-ish. 
"When Thou with rebukes dost chasten man for sin, Thou makest his beauty to 

consume away, like as it were a moth j fretting • a ■ gar-inent : every man 

therefore | is ■ but ■ van-ity. 
Hear my prayer. Lord, and with Thine £ars, con- | sider • my ■ call-ing : 

hold not Thy pe\ice | at my tears ; 
For I am a | stranger ■ with • Thee ; and a sojourner, as | all • my ■ f a-thers~ 

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and be | no ■ more ■ sun. 




Thou hast been our re-fuge : from one generation to an- 6-ther. 

Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever the earth and the world 

were ma le : Thou art God from everlasting, and w6rld with- out ■ end 
Thou turaest man to de- | striic-tion : again Thou sayest, Come again, ye chil- 
dren of • men. 
For a thousand years in Thy sight are biit as yes-terday : seeing that is past 

as a watch in tho~night. 
As soon as Thou rcatterest them they are even as a | sleep : and fade away 

suddenly like ■ the~grass. 
In the morning it is greVn, and groweth | iip : but in the evening it is cut 

down, dried ui>. and j with-ered 
For we consume away in Thy dis- plea-sure : and are afraid at Thy wrathful 

indig- | nation. 
Thou hast set o;;r misddeda be- | fore • Thee : and our secret tins in the 

light of Thy coun-tt nance. 
For when Thou art angry, all our days are | g6ne : we b r ing cur yeara to an 

end, as it wen- a (ale that is ■ told. 
The days of our ago ar • y ira and tea ; and though men be so 

strong that they come to fdnrscore years : yet i- their strength then br* 

labour and sorrow ; so soon ] asaeth it away, and we • are'gone. 
So teach us to number our day-; : thai we may apply our hearts unto wls-dom. 
Gloky be to the Father, and to the Son : and to the \ H6-ly"~Ghost. 
As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever j shall ■ be : world without Cnd. J 

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Out of the deep have I called unto Thee, O | L6rd : |j Lord, hear my | v6ice. 

let Thiue ears consider | well : || the voice of my com- | plaint 

H Thou, Lord, wilt be extreme to murk what la done a- miss ■ || O Lord, who may 
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Pox there la mercy with Thee : || therefore shalt Thou be | feared. 

1 look for the Lord, my BOnl iloth wait foe i Him : || in His word is my | trust 

Mv soul death unto the \ Lord : || before the morning watch, I say beiore the morning | 
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AS NOTED IN MERBECKE'S PRAYER BOOK. 

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1. God tli.' Father, of Heaven 

2. God the Son, Redeemer of the world 

3. O God the Holy Ghost, proceed- [ 

Lag from the Father and the f Son : 

4. O holy, blessed, and glorious / 

Trinity, three Persons and one j God : 
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have mercy upon us mis-cr-a-ble sinners. 
have mercy upon us mis-er-a-blc sinners. 



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2. God the Son, Redeemer of V e world : 

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Remember not, Lord, our offences, nor the 
offences of our forefathers ; neither take 
Thou vengeance of our sins : spare us, 
good Lord, spare Thy people, whom Thou 
hast redeemed with Thy most precious 
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from the em fcs and assaults of the 
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Good Lord, de-Inn 



From all blindness of heart : from pride, vain-glory, and hypocrisy : from envy, hatre 1, 

ami malice, and all anohari- | ta-ble-ness, Good Lord, delkx 

From all inordinate and sinful affections; and from all the deceits of tin- world, the 

flesh, and the devil, GchxI Lord, deliver us. 

From ftahtninfi and tempest; from plague, pestilence, and famine; from battle and 

murder, and from sud-den death. Good Lord, deliver us. 

From all sedition, privy conspiracy, and rebellion; from all false doctrine, heresy, 

and so ism; from ban': -ait, and contempl of Thy Word ami Com- 

i,i moment, Good Lord, detivt 

Bv the mystery of Thy holy Incarnation ; by Thy holy Nativity and Circumcision ; by 

Thy Baptism, Fasting, ; and Temp tation, Good Lord, deliver us. 

By TMr ■ <1 Bloody Sweat; by Thy Cross and Passion; by Thy precious 

Death and Burial; by Thy glorious Resurrection and Ascension; and by the 
I the Bo-ly 01 ^^ ^d, deliver us, 

Tn nil time of OUT tribulation j i I all time Of our prosperity in the hour of death. 

Mid in the day of ' ford, detisjer us, 



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We sinners do beseech Thee to 
hear us, Lord God ; and 
that it may please Thee to 
rule and govern Thy holy 
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That it may please Thee to bless and preserve all Christian Kulers and Magistrates, 
giving them grace to execute justice, and to j main-tain truth ; 

We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to illuminate all Bishops, Priests, and Deacons, with true 
knowledge and understanding of Thy Word ; and that both by their preaching and 
living they may set it forth, and show | it ac-cordingly : 

We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to bless and keep [ all thy people ; 

We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to give to all nations unity, j peace, an I concord : 

We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to give us an heart to love and fear The s, end diligently to live 
after | Thy com-maudments ; We beseech Tie: to heir us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to give to all Thy people increase of grace to hoar meekly 
Thy Word, and to receive it with pure affection, and to brino; forth the fruits | of 
the Spirit ; We beseech Thee to Lear us. good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to bring into the way of truth all such a. have cried, and \ are 
de-ceived ; We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to strengthen such as do stand ; and to comfort ar.d help the 
weak-hearted ; and to raise up those who fall ; and finally to beat down Satan rai- 
der our feet ; We beseech The' to hear us. good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to succour, help, and comfort, all who ar in danger, ni cessity, 
and tribu-lation ; We beseech Thee to hear us. good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to preserve all who travel by land or by water, all women in 
the perils of child-birth, all sick persons, and young children ; and to show thy 
pity upon all prison- ers and captives : We beseech Thee to hear us. good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to defend, and provide for, the fatherless children, and widows, 
and all who are desolate and op-pressed ; We beseech Thee to herr us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to have mercy up- | on all men ; 

We beseech Thee to hear us, good L.ord. 

That it may please Thee to forgive our enemies, persecutors, and slanderers, and to | 
turn their hearts : We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to give and preserve to our use the kindly fruits of the earth, 
so that in due time we | may en-joy them ; We besee h Thee to hear us, good Lord. 

That it may please Thee to give us true rep ntance ; to forgive us all our sins, negli- 
gences', and ignorances ; and to endue us with the grace of Thy Holy Spirit to amend 
our lives according to thy | ho-ly Word ; We beseech Thee to hear us, good Lord. 



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prayers which we make before "Thee in all our troubles and adver- 
sities, whensoever they oppress us ; and graciously hear us, that 
those evils which the craft and subtilty of the devil or man worketh 
against us may. by Thy good providence, be brought to nought ; 
that we Thy servants, being hurt by no persecutions, may evermore 
give thanks unto Thee in Thy holy Church ; through Jesus Christ our J^ord. 



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A general Thanksgiving. 

Almighty God, Father of all mercies, &c. 

A Prayer of St. Chrysostom. 
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SELECTIONS OF PSALMS, 



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The= i| heavens declare the { glory ■ of ■ God: and the firmament | shdweth ■ His • 
hand-y ■ work. 
One day tell-eth ■ ano-ther: and one nigfht certi- 1 fletli • an-o-ther. 
There is neither | speech • nor ■ lan-guage: but their voices are | heard • a- 

md/ig ■ them. 
Their sound is gone out into | all • lands: and their words into the ] tnds • 

of • the • world. 
In them hath He set a tabernacle ' for -the ■ situ : which cometh forth 
aa a bridegroom out of his chamber, and rejoiceth as a | giant -to -run- 
hia • course. 
It goeth forth from the uttermost part of the heaven, and runneth about unto the 

end of it • a-gMn: and there is nothing hid | from • the • heat ■ there-of. 
The law of the Lord is an undefiled law. con- vert-lng the^ soul: the testi- 
mony of the Lord is pure, and giveth wisdom j un-to • the snn-ple. 
The Bt itates ol the Lord are riyht and rv- joice ■ the •hkart: the command- 
ment of the Lord is pure, and giveth light • unto • the ■ ens. 
The fear of the Lord is clean, and en- dur-eth^for-ev-er: the judgments of 

the Lord are true, and righteous | al-to-_7<7//-er. 
More to be desired are they than gold, yea, than | much • tine • gold: sweeter 

•'nan honey, and • the ■ ho-ney-comb. 
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th^r*' • is • grt :t • re-ward. 
Who can tell how | 6ft • he^of-fend-eth: O cleanse Thou me from • my • 

se-cret ■ faults. 
Keep Thy servant also from pre- ' Bomp-tnons -Ant: lest they pet the do- i 

min-ion ■ o-ver ■ ma 
Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation | 6f • my Mart: be al- 

way ac- i cepta-ble ■ In ■ Thy • sight, 
6 * — • — • Lbrd: my strength, and | my • Ro-r&em-er. 
Glo-ry 1 b* to the Father and ■ to" th< and to ■ the ■ ilo-ly^Ghost; 

As • it j| w;rs in the beginning, is now and H-er in&Jl-be: world without | 
hid. -1-men. 



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For He hath founded it upon the j seas: and prepared i it • up-6n 

• the"" floods. 
Who shall ascend into the hill of the j L&rd: or who shall rise up | in • 

His • hd-ly~ place? 
Even he that hath clean hands, and a pure heart: and that hath not lift up 

his mind unto vanity, nor sworn to de- | eeive • his • neigh-bour. 
He shall receive the blessing from the j L6rd: and righteousness from the 

God of | his • sal-va-tion. 
This is the generation of theni that | seek • Him: even of them that seek 

thy | face, ■ O ■ Ja-cob. 
Lift up your heads, ye gates, and be ye lift up. ye ever- | last-ing^ doors : 

and the King of | ulo-ry • shall ■ come^in. 
Who is the King of | gl6-ry: it is the Lord strong and mighty, even the 

Lord i mighty • in bat-tie. 
Lift up your heads, ye gates, and be ye lift up. ye ever- | last-ing'"" doors: 

and the King of gld-ry • shall • come^in. 
Who is the King of glo-ry: Even the Lord of hosts, He is the | King • 

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Glo - ry || be to the Father and to the [ S6n:and| to ■ the • Ilo-ly"" Ghost; 
As • it || was in the beginning, is now, and ever | shall ■ be: world without bid. 
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Who f orgiveth | all : thy ■ si,i : and heuleth all thine ■ in-firm-i-ties; 
Who Baveth thy life I from •de-stroc-tloo: and crowneth thee with mercy 

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He will not | al-way ■ be"'ehi'd-ing : neither keepeth He His | an-ger • 

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He hath not dealt with us \ after • our- sins: nor rewarded us according ! 

to • our • wicked-ness-es. 
For look how high the heaven is in comparison | of • the • earth: so great 

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For as soon as the wind goeth over it, | it • is • gone: and the place there- 
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But the merciful goodness of the Lord endureth for ever and ever upon | 

them • that • fear • linn : and His righteousness upon | child-ren's ■ 

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The Lord hath prepared His ! seat • in ■ heav-on: and His kingdom | 

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min ion: praise thou the j Jjjrd • O • my • soul. 
| be to the Father. | and -to -the~~,So/< : and | to • the ■ Holy ■ Ghost : 
was in the beginning, is now, and | ev-er • shall • be : world without | 

**ud, ^-men. 



5 20 ^elections of psalms. 



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Selection Second. 

From Psalm exxxix. DomitU jirobasti. 



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» = || Lord, Thou hast searched me out. and | known Mne : Thou knowest my down- 
sitting, and mine up-rising; Thou under-standest my thoughts | long • 

be-fore. 
Thou art about my path, and about my | bed : and Bpiest out | all • my -ways. 
For lo. there is not a word in my tongue : but Thou, O Lord, knowest it 

si I to- gfflirkc. 
Thou hast fashioned me behind and be- | lore: and laid Thine hand up- | 

on • me. 
Such knowledge is too wonderful and excellent j f6r ■ me : I cannot attain 

iin-to • it. 
Whither shall I go then from Thy | Spi-rit : or whither shall I go then from 

Thy | presence ! 
If I climb up into heaven. Thou art | there : if I go do^^ to hell. Thou art 

there | d£-sd. 
If I take the wings of the j morn-ing : and remain in the uttermost parts I 

6f • the • Sea ; 
Even there also shall Thy hand | lead' me: and Thy right »»and shall \hdld • me. 
If I say. Peradventure the darkness shall | cd-ver~me : then shall my night 

be | turned • to • day. 
Yea, the darkness is no darkness with Thee, but U» J night is as clear as the | 

day : the darkness and light to Thee are | l)6th • a-like. 
Tor my reins are | Thine ■ Thou hast covered me in my j mo-ther's ■ wdmb. 
I will give thanks unto Thee, for I am fearfully and wondcrf "ully | made : 

marvellous are Thy works, and that my soul knowcth right ■ well. 
My hones are not hid from Thee: though I be made secretly, and fashioned 

hem at h in • the • earth. 
Thine eyes did see my Bubstance yet being im- | per- feet : and in Thy book 

were all my members ! wrU-ihn : 
Which day by day were fish-ioned : when as yet there was ! ndne • of • them. 
How dear are Thy counsels unto me | God : how great is the sum • 

of • them ! 

If 1 tell them, they are more in number than the | Bind : when I wake up. I 

am present • with • Thee. 
Try me. o God, and seek the ground Of my heart : prove me, and 

ex- | amint- • my ■ thdughts. 
Look well if there be any way of wickedness ' In -mo : and lead me in 
the way ever fc-UMng. 
QlO W be to tli" Father, and to the Son : and to the | Ilody • Gh&st; 
u it was in the beginning, la now, and ever Bhall-be: world without end. J 

Ll-ineu. 



SeL1L1 Selections of ^saints, 



VIII. 1. R»uen Mediation. 




Psalm cxlv. Exaltabo Te, Deus. 
I • well || magnify Thee, j God • my • King : and I will praise Thy \aine for | 

ever • and ■ ev-er. 
Every day will I give thanks | iin-to ■ Thee: and praise Thy Name for | 

ever • and ■ ev-er. 
Great is the Lord, and marvellous, worthy to • be • prais-ed : there is no 

end of | His ■ great-ness. 
One generation shall praise Thy works un- 1 to ■ an-6th-er : and declare i 

I7ig • p6w-er. 
As for me, I will be talking | of • Thy • wor-ship: Thy g16ry, Thy ;praise • 

and • won-drous~ works; 
So that men shall speak of the might of Thy | mar-vellous • acts : and I will 

also tell of | Thy • great-ness. 
The memorial of Thine abundant kindness | shall • be • show-ed : and 

men shall sing of Thy • right-eousness. 
The Lord is gracious and mer-ci-fiil : long-suffering, and of | great 

g6od- 
The Lord is loving unto j ev-ery ■ man : and His mercy is | 6-ver ■ all 

His '"' works. 
All Thy works praise 1 Thee • ■ Lord : and Thy saints give [ thanks 

iin-to^Thee. 
They show the glory | of • Thy ■ king-dom : and talk of | TJiy • pow-er ; 
That Thy power, Thy glory, and mightiness | of ■ Thy • king-dom > 

might be J known • im-to"" men. 
Thy kingdom is an ever- j last-ing • king-dom: and Thy dominion enduretlv 

throughout j all ■ ages. 
The Lord upholdeth all | such • as • fall : and lifteth up all | those • that 

are ■ down. 
The eyes of all wait upon | Thee • O ■ Lord : and Thou givest them thei 

meat in | due • sea-son. 
Thou openest | TfAne 'hand: and fillest all things living | wUh • plei\ 

teou- 
The Lord is righteous in | all • His • ways: and holy In | all -Hi3 • work 
The Lord is nigh unto all them that J call • up-6n • Ilim : yea, all such ^ 

call up- ! on Ilim ■ faith-folly. 
He will fultil the desire of j them ■ that • fear • Him: He also will hear thei* 

cry. and • will • help ■ them. 
The Lord preserve! Ii all | them ■ that • I6ve ■ Him : but Bcattereth a- 

broad | all • the^nn-god-ly. 
My month shall speak the praise • of • the~L0rd : and let all hVsh give 

thanks unto His holy Name tor | ever ■ and ■ ev-er. 
Glc < rt || be to ttie Father and -to ■the'" Sun: and to • the • Ho-ly^Ghost ; 
A.- it ;: was in the beginning, is now. and ev-er -shall- be: world without | hia\ 

A-in»'!i. 



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Selection Third. 

From Psalm li. Miserere mei, Deus. 

Tonus Peregrines. 




IIave = 1| mercy upon mo, God, | af-ter • Thy ■ great • good-ness : according to 

the multitude of Thy mercies, do away | mine • of-Jtn-ces. 
Wash me | thrdugh-ly • from • my • wiek-edness : and | cleanse • me -from • 

my • sin. 
For | I ' ac-knowledge • my 'faults : and my sin is | ev-er • be/ore • me. 
Against Thee only have I Binned, and done this | e-vil • In ■ Thy -sight: 

that Thou migh test be justified in Thy saying, and clear when | Thou • 

art . jiidg-ed. 
Behold | I • was • shapen ■ in wick-edness : and in sin hath my | mo- 
ther • conceiv-cd me. 
But lo. Thou requirest truth I in • the • In-ward • 2)arls : and Bhalt make me to 

understand | wis-dom • se-cret-ly. 
Thou Bhalt purge me with hyssop, j and • I • shall • be • clean : Thou shalt 

wash me, and 1 shall be \ whit-er ■ than • snow. 
Thou shalt make me | hear - of ■ joy • and • glad-ness : that the bones which 

Thou hast | bro-ken ■ m;iy • re-joice. 
Turn Thy \fuce from • my • sins: and put out | all • my • mis-deeds. 
Make me a 1 clean -heart, •() ■ God: and renew, a rigJit | Bplr-it • withfei *me. 
Cast me not a- wcty ■ from • Thy ■ pres-ence ; and take not Thy Holy | 

Spirit -from • me. 
give me the comfort | of ■ Thy • help • n-gain : and stabHsh me with | 

Thy • free • 8p\r-\\ 
Then shall I teach Thy ; u&ys • an-to • the^wiek-ed :and sinners shall be 

con- | verf«ed • &n-to ■ Thee. 
Deliver me from blood-guiltiness, God, Tliou thai art ■ the God -of 

my • health : and my tongue Bliall | Blng • of^Thy • right-eous-ness. 
Thou Bhalt dpen ■ my ■ lips, <> Ldrd: and my month • shall • show • 

Thy • praise. 
For Thou desires! do sacrifice, ' else • wonld^l 'give -it • Thie: but Thou 

delightesl not ; In • burnt-df-fer-ings. 
The sacrifice of diod is ■ a ■ trdub-Ied ■ splr-it: a broken and contrite heart, 

o God, BliaU ■ Thon • not • de-splse, 
Quo - kv 1>< to ill" Fa-ther • and • to • th&~Sto : and | to • the ■ Ho-ly Ghost : 
As • I He iH'Kiiuiing, is ; now • and -ev-er -shall • be : world without) 

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wa-ter • Iji-wks : so longeth my soul i af-ter • Thee,. 



God: when shall I come 



as the hart desireth the 

O • God. 
My soul is athirst fcr God. yea, even for the li-vin 

to appear be- fore • the • presence • of • God I 
My tears have been my meat j day • and ■ n\ght : while they daily say unto 

me. Where ■ is • now • thy ■ God? 
Now when I think thereupon. I pour out my heart • by ■ my-st!/: for I went 

with the multitude, and brought them forth into ■ tin -house • of • God: 
In the voice of praise and j thunks-giv-mg : among such as | klep • h6-ly • 

day. 
Why art thou so full of heaviness, | (5 ■ my • sou! : and why art thou so 

disquieted ] icith-\n • me. 
Put thy trust ■ in ■ God : for I will yet give Him thanks for the | help^of • 

His • couu-te-nance. 
The Lord hath granted His loving-kindness j In ■ the ■ day-time : and in the 

night-season did I sing of Him. and made my prayer unto the | God • of • 

my • life. 
I will say unto the God of my strength. Why hast | Thou • for-got ten~me: why 

go I thus heavily, while the | enemy • op-prees-etli ■ me? 
Namely, while they say | dai-ly • im-to^me : Where is ; now • thy • God? 
Why art thou so vexed, | 6 • my • soul: and why art thou so disquieted | 

ir)//i-)/( • me. 
O put thy trust • in • GM : for 1 will yet thank Him, which is the help of my 

rouutenanee i and ■ my • God. 
Glo-ry I lie to the Father and ■ to ■ lhe~ Sdn ; and | to • the ■ H6-ly ■ Ghost : 
As • ir |j was in the beginning, is now, and | ev-er • shall ■ be : world without \ 

bid. A -men. 



124 Selections of ^saints. 



Selection Fourth. 

Ps.ilm xxxvii. floli amulari. I. A. 




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Fret • not j| thyself because | of • the^un-god-ly : neither be thou envious against 

the | e-vil • c/o-ers. 
For they shall soon be cut down | like • the • grass : and be withered even | 

as • the • green • herb. 
Put thou thy trust in the Lord, and be | doing • good : dwell in the land, 

and verily I Mou ' shalt ■ be ' fed. 
Delight tli on | In ' the • Lord: and He shall give | thee • thy • heart's -de- 
sire. 
Commit thy way unto the Lord, and put thy | trust ■ iu ■ Illm : and He 

shall | bring ■ it ■ to ■ pass. 
He shall make thy righteousness as clear | as ■ the • light: and thy just 

dealing | as • the • noou-dax. 
Hold thee still in the Lord, and abide patiently up- | dn • II\m : but grieve 

not thyself at him whose way doth prosper, against the man that doetb 

after | e-vil ■ counsels. 
Leave ofl" from wrath and let | go ■ dis-plea-sure : fret not thyself, else 

shalt thou be moved to | do ■ 2-vil. 
Wicked doers shall be | root-ed -out: and they that patiently abide the 

Lord, those • shall~in-herit ■ the • land. 
Yet a little while, and the ungodly | shall -be -clean -gone: thou shalt 

look after his place, and | he • shall • be ■ a-way. 
But the meek spirited shall pos- j sess ■ the ■ earth : and shall be refreshed 

ill the mul-ti-tude ■ ol ■ peace. 
The ungodly seeketb counsel a- j gainst -the -just: and gnasheth 

up-| on • him ■ with ■ his • teeth. 
Tie- Lord shall i laugh ■ him ■ to^acdra: for Tie hath seen that His J day • 

Is • cdro-ing. 
The ungodly have drawn out the sword, and have bent ■ their •Mw: to 

Cast down the poor and needy, and to day such as are of a right I cdn- 

\rr-.iv/-tion. 
Their sword shall go through ■ their ■ own ■ heart : and their bOH ! shall • 

be • An'-ken. 
A small thing that the | right-pous • hath : is better than great riches j 

of • the ~ un-'/e'/-ly. 
For the arms of the ungodly shall • be ■ bro-ken : and the Lord up- | 

hold-etii " the ' r)'jh/-vi>u>. 
The Lord knowetfa the days | of ■ the ■ gdd-fy : and their inheritance shall 

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They shall not be confounded in the | per-iloufl -tune: and in the days 
of dearth | they • shall • have • e-nough. 

for the ungodly, they shall perish, and the enemies of the Lord shall 

consume as the fat • of • lambs : yea, even as the smoke shall | 

they ■ con-stime ■ a-way. 
The ungodly borroweth. and pfiycth not • a-pAfc ; but the righteous is 

merci- 1 ful • and ■ lih-er-al. 
Sueh as are blessed of God shall pos- | sess ■ the • land : and they that are 

cursed of Hi in ; shall • lie ■ root-ed ■ out. 
The Lord ordcrcth a J good ■ man's ■ go-ing : and maketh his way ac- | 

cepta-ble ■ to ■ turn-self. 
Though he fall, he shall not be east ■ z-ivuy : for the Lord up- | holdeth • 

him • with ■ His ■ hand. 
I have been young and now • am • old : and yet saw I never the righteous 

forsaken, nor his seed ,- beg-ging • thiir • bread. 
The righteous is ever merci- [ fill • and ■ lend-eth: and his j seed ■ is • 

biess-ed 
Flee from evil and do the tiling that ■ is • good: and | dwell ■ for • ev-er- 

more. 
For the Lord loveth trie tiling: that ■ is ■ right: He forsaketh not His that 

be godly bat they are pre- j serv-ed • for^e^-er. 
The unrighteous ' shall • be • pim-ished: as for the seed of the ungodly, 

it | snail • be • root-ed ■ out. 
The righteous shall in- | fier-it -the"" laad: and dwell there- 1 In • for-dr-er. 
The mouth of the righteous is exer- I cis-ed ■ in"" wis-dom: and his tongue 

will be talk-ing ■ of^;'«(A;-meut. 
The law of his God is i in • his ■ heart: and his gd-ings • shall • not -slide. 
The ungodly j see-eth ■ the'"* right-eons: and seeketh oc- ca-sion • to^ 

tidy ■ him. 
The Loud will not leave him in • his ■ hand: nor condemn him when | 

he -is • judg-eA. 
Hope thou in the Lord, and keep His way. and he shall promote thee, that 

thou .-halt pos- | sess ■ the ■ land: when the ungodly shall perish? 

thou • shalt • see • it. 
1 myself have seen the ungodly in j great • pow-er: and flourishing like 

a ijrlfn • ouy-tree. 
I irent by. and 16. • he - meT^ffine: I sought him, but his place could j 

Bo-where • hi. • found. 
Keep innocency, anil take heed unto the thing | that • i- • right: for that 
man place • at • the • i 
:• the inn they shall , per-isfa togeth-er: and the end of the 

Uy is that they shall be rooted | <~»d • at ■ the last. 
But the salvation of th<> righteous coiueth ; of • the • Urd: Who is also th<'ir 

Btreaffth in tii" time • «»i" • trdu- 
But the Lord shall stand by them and surf • thhu: He shall deliver them 

from the ungodly, and shall save them, because they . put • their ■ trust- 
in ■ Him. 
*5u> uy || be to the Father, and -to ■ tle-^.^ : and to • the • H6-ly • Ghost : 
As • it vras in the beginning, is BOW, and ev-er • shall ■ be : world without I 

hud, .4-men. 



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Selection Fifth. . 

Psalm i. Beatut vir, qui non abiit. 

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Bless -ed II is the man that hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stood in 
the ; way • of • sin-nera: and hath not sat ill the seat | 6f • the -scorn-ful. 
But his delight is in the | law • of ■ the^LoRD: and in His law will he exer- 
cise him- | self • day • and ■ night. 
And he shall be like a tree planted by the | wa-ter-side : that will bring forth 

his fruit in due • sea -son. 
His leaf also | shall • not ■ with-er: and look, whatsoever he doeth | H 

shall • prds-per. 
As for the ungodly, it is not | so • with • them: but they are like the chaff 

which the wind Bcatteretfa away from ■ the ■ face • of ■ the ~ earth. 
Therefore the ungodly shall not be able to stand | in • the judg-ment: 

neither the sinners in the congregation | of • the • r\ght*eo\is. 
But the Lord knoweth the way ( of ■ the • right-eous: ana the way of the 
ungodly I shall 'p&r-tek. 
(Jlo-ky |l be to the Father, | and • to • the^Sdn: and | to ■ the • Hd-ly • Ghost; 
Afi ■ it || was in the beginning, is now, and ; ev-er - shall- be: world without | bid. 
^4-men. 



VIII. 3. Rouen Mediation. 




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Psalm xv. Domine, quia habitribU .' 
"who shall dwell in Thy ' ta-ber-ni-cle: or who shall rest upon Thy | ho-ly^hill? 
Kv.'ii be that Icadeth an | im-corrupt ■ life: and doeth the thing which is 

right, and Bpeaketh the truth I from ■ his^heart 
He that hath naed no deceit in hla tongue, nor done evil to • his • neigh-bonr: 

and hath not slandered his ! neigh-hour. 
He that Bettetfa not by himself, but is low ly in I his • own • eyes: and maketh 

much Of I hem that fear • tliC~Loui>. 
He that sweareth unto his neighbour, and disappoint cth | Wm ■ n6t: though 

it were to his own hin-drance. 
He that hath not given his money up- 1 bn ■ ii-sun : nor taken reward agrainst 

the in -roeent. 
Whoso ! doeth • these • things: shall I ne-ver^falL 
|| be to th€ Father ' and ■ to ■ tbe~8dn : and to the ! H6-ly^Gh6st ; 
|j WSJ in the beginning, is now. and ev-er • tmall ■ l>e: world without end.l 
A-men. 



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V."ho-so |1 dwelleth under the defence of the | Most • High : shall abide under the 

shadow of • the~Al-might-y. 
I will say unto the Lord, Thou art my hope, and [ my ■ strong • hold: my God, 

in Hi 111 , will ■ I ■ trust. 
For He shall deliver thee from the snare | of ■ the ■ hunger: and from the | 

noi-some • pest-ileuce. 
He shall defend thee under His wings, and thou shalt be safe \ under ■ His • 

Bath-en: His faithfulness mid truth shall be thy | shield • and • buckler. 
Thou shalt not be afraid for any | terror ■ by ■ night: nor for the-arroiv that I 

flieth • by • day ; 
For the pestilence that | walketh -in • dark-ness: nor for the sickriess that 

destroyeth In ■ the • noon-day. 
A thousand shall fall beside thee, and ten thousand at | thy*- right ■ hand: 

but it shall not come ■ nigh • thee. 
Tea, with thine eyes shalt j thou ■ be-hold: and see tlje reward | of • the'"' 

uu-god-ly. 
For Thou. LokI art ■ my hope: Thou hast set Thine house of defence 

ve-ry • high. 
There shall no evil happen j im-to ■ thee: neither shall any plague come | 

nigh • thy • dwell-iiig. 
For He Bhall give His angels charge | 6v-er • thee: to keep thee in | all • thy ■ 

They shall bear thee in • their • hands: that thou hurt not thy | foot ■ a- 

nst • a^stone. 
Thou shalt go upon the lion ■ and • ad-der: the young lion and the dragon 
tread ander ■ thy -feet. 
in- hath Bet his love opon me, therefore will f de- | liv-er ■ him: 1 will set 
him up because he hath | known • My ■ Ndme. 
De .shall c;iil opon ITIe. and i • will • hear 'him: yea, I am wiUi him in trouble: 

I will deliver him, and briiiK ! him ■ to . hon-our. 
With l<>nu r life will 1 .-atis-fy ■ him: and show him | My • sal-va-tion. 
Glo-p.v be to die FiVber, and ■ to • the^Son: and | t6 • the • H6-ly^Ghost; 
As -rr was in the beginning is now, and • ev-er • shall • )>♦•: u.-orld with- J hut • 

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Selection Sixth. 

From Psalm xxxii. Brati, quorum- 



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Bless-edis || he whoso unrighteousness | is • for-giv-en: and whose sin -is 

cov-er-ed. 
Blessed is the man nnto whom the Lord im- | pii-teth • n6 -sin: and in 

whose | spirit • there • is • no • guile. 
I will acknowledge my bid im-to ■ TJiie: and mine unrighteousness ', 

have ■ I • ndt • hid. 
I said. I will confess my sins | iin-to • the^Lm-d: and so Thou forgavest 

the wlcked-nesa • 6f • my • sin. 

For this shall every one that is godly make his prayer unto Thee in a time whoa 

Thou 1 mayest • be 'found: but in the great water-floods they shall , 

n6t • come • nkgh • him. 
Thou art a ]>lace to hide me in: Thou shah preserve ' me • from • trou-ble: 

Thou shalt compass me about with | songs • of • deliv-er-ance. 
I will inform thee, and teach thee in the way wherein j thou -shalt • go: 

and I will | guide • thee ■ with • mine ■ eye. 
Great plagues remain for ■ the^un-god-ly: but whoso putteth his trust in 

the Lord, mercy enibraceth him • on ■ ev-ery ■ Bide. 
Be glad. ye righteous, and rejoice | in •the J ~\ttrrf: and be joyful, aii 1 

ye • that ""are • true • Of • heart. 
Gtoo - rv || be to the Father, | and • to ■ the^Sdn: and | to • the ■ H6-ly ■ Ghost: 
as • it || was in the beginning, is now, and | ev er ■ shall ■ bo : world without 

bid -4-men 



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Psalm exxx. De profundi*. 
Out • of • the || deep have I called unto | Thee,- ■ Lord: Lord. | hiar ■ my ■ voice. 

let Thine ears con- J skl-er • u-tll: the | voice • of • my • corn-plaint 

If Thou, Lord, Wilt be extreme to mark what is | clone • n-mlss: Lord, | 

who • may ■ abide ■ it 1 
For there is | mer-cy • with^ T7iie: therefore shalt | Thou -be - fear-ed. 

1 look for the Lord, my soul doth | wait • for ■ llhn: in His | ward • is 

my • trust. 
My soul fleet h [ iin-to ■ the""Mdrtf: before the morning watch, I say, be- | 

f6re • the morn-ing ■ watch. 
O Israel, trusi in the Lord, for with the Lord, | there • is ■ mer-cy: and witli 

III in is | plen-teous ■ redemp • tion. 
And He Bhall re- | diem • is-rael: from all •"— • his • sins. 
Glo - ry || be to the Father, j and • to • the^Sdn : and | to • the • H6-ly • Ghost ; 
As • it || was in Lhe beginning, is now, and | ev-er • shall • be: world without | end. 
A-men. 

VIT. 1. 




Psaira exxi. Levavi oculos meos. 

I -will \> lift up mine eyes | an-to ■ the^~ kills: from I whence • cometh ■ my ■ help. 

My help cometh even | fr6m ■ the • Lord: Hiio hath made ■ heaven • and 

earth. 
He will n«'t Buffi r thy j foot • to • be^mdv-ed : and He that | keepeth • thee • 

will • ii"' 
Behold, He thai keep-eth • is-rael :shall neither ; Blam-ber • nor ■ sleep. 
The Lord Himself is ■ thy ■ keep-er: the Loan is thy defence up- | 6n • 

thy • ri'jlit ■ hand; 

that the sun Bhall not | burn • thee ■ by^day: neither the j mdon • by • 

right 
Th«' Lord Bhall preserve thee ; from • all • e-vil: yea. it la even | He ■ that"" 

shall • keep • thy ■ sdoL 
The Loan Bhall preserve thy going out. and thy | com-ing ■ In: from this time | 

forth • for ■ ev-er-mo 
GLO-BY||oe to the Father, and ■ to ■ the^Sbn: and to ■ the ■ H6-ly • Ghost; 
As • it was in tl e • • gii oil - I now. and ev-er ■ Bhall ■ be: world without i bid. 



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iVsilm xxiii. J)ominus rtqit me. 



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The = II Lord | is ■ my • shop-herd : therefore ] can • I • lack • no-thing. 

He shall feed me in a | grien • pas-tore: and load me forth oe- | side • the • 

waters • of ■ Cdm-fort 
He shall con- 1 vert ■ my ■ soul: and bring me forth in the paths of righteous 

ii ess | for • His • Xante's • sd.ke. 
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will | fear • 

no • e-vil : For Thou art with me; Thy rod and Thy | staff' • coin-fort ■ ml. 
Thou shalt prepare a table before me against them that | trou-ble • me : Thou 

hast anointed my head with oil, and my | cup • shall • be -Jut/. 
But Thy loving-kindness and mercy shall follow me all the | days -of^my - ?)u>: 
and 1 will dwell in the house of the | Lord \fbr • ev-er. 
Glo-ry II be to the Father. | and • to ■ the~<So>?: and | to ■ the • II6-ly • Ghost; 
As n || was in the beginning, is DOW, and | ev-er ■ shall ■ be: world without I bid. 
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1 • WTUi || alway irive thanks onto the L6rd : Hla praise shall | ever • be • \n -my 
mouth. 
My S(»ul shall make her hoast in the | LiORO : the humble shall | hear 

thereof • and • be ■ glad. 

praise the Lord with | im- : and let us magnify I T is Name • to-p^-ther. 



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I sought the Lord, and He [ heard • me : yea, He delivered me | out • of -all - 

my • fear. 
They had an eye unto II i in and were | light-ened : and their faces were | not ■ 

i\-shdm-ed. 
Lo, the poor crieth, and the Lord | hear-eth^him : yea, and saveth him out 

of | "all • his • trau-blea. 
The angel of the Lord tarrieth round about them that | fear ■ Him : and | cU- 

Hv-ereth ■ them. 

O taste and see, how gracious the j Lord • is : blessed is the | man • that ■ 

triisteth ■ iu ■ Him. 
O fear the Lord., ye that are His | saints: for they that fear Him | luck ■ ?/o-thing. 

The lions do lack, and sutler | hiin-ger : but they who seek the Lord shall 

want no manner of | thing • that • Is good. 
Come, ye children, and hearken unto | me : I will teach you the \ftar • 

of • the'LoRD. 
"What man is he that lusteth to j live : and would \fain ■ see • good • days? 
Keep thy tongue from e-vil : and thy lips that they | speak ■ no ■ guile. 
Eschew evil, and do good : seek peace, | and ■ en-sue • it. 
The eyes of the Lord are over the | right-eous : and His ears are j 6-pen 

into • their • prayers. 
The countenance of the Lord is against them that do | e-vil : to root out the 

remembrance of them • from • the • earth. 
The righteous cry, and the Lord | hear-eth^them : and delivereth them out 

all • their • grabbles. 
The Lord is nigh onto them that are of a contrite J heart : and will save sue* 

l»C Of an trhm-ble • .sy///--it. 

Great are the troubles of the right-eons : but the Lord delivereth j hbn 

6ut • of • all. 
He keepeth all bis bones : so that not one of | them ■ is ■ bro-keu. 
But misfortune shall slay the un- j god-ly: and they that hate the righteous 

shall • be • de-eo-late. 
The Lord delivereth the souls Of His | ser-vants : and all they that pat the* 
trust in Hi in shall not • be • ds-etft-tute, 
Glo-ry [1 be to the Father, and to the | S6n : and I to • the • Ho-lv ■ Ghost ; 
* it || was in the beginning, Is now and ev-er | shall • be : world without I Ind 
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|| God. art | praised • in ■ Si-on: and unto Thee shall the vow be pet-forme*) ) 

in • Je-ru-sa-lem. 
Thou that hear-est • the" pruyer : unto Thee shall | ull • flesh • come. 
My misfired* pre- . vail ■ a-gainst • me : O be Thou merciful | un-to • 

our ■ sins. 

i is the man whom Thou choosest and receivest | un-to • Thee : he 

shall dwell in Thy court, and shall be satisfied with the pleasures of Thy house, 

even of Thy | hd-ly ■ ftm-ple. 
Thou shah show us wonderful things in Thy righteousness, O God of | our • 

sal-va-tion : Thou that art the hope of all the ends of the earth, and of them 

that remain ! in • the ■ brdad -sea. 
Who in His strength setteth fast ■ the • mdun-tains : and is \ gird-ed ■ 

about • with ■ powei*. 
Who stilleth the iv;in; r [ of • the • s£a : and the noise of His waves, and the 

madness 61 ■ the ■ pio-ple. 
They also that dwell in the uttermost parts of the earth shall ba afraid | at* 

Thy • to-kens : Thou that makest the outgoings of the uiorniii(r an I ' 
-ning • lo~ ju\lue • Thee. 
Thou visitcst the , earth ■ and • bless-esfr^it : Thou makest it | ve-ry • pBn> 

teous. 
The river of God is | fuh • of • wa-ter : Thou preparest their corn, for so Thou 

pro- vi-dest • for ■ the • earth. 
Thou waterest her furrows. Thou sendest rain into the little ' val-leys • theredf** 

Thou makest it soft with the drops of rain, and hlcsscst the | in-cci 

of -it. 
rhou crownest the year | with • Thy • good-ness : and Thy clouds | drop 

They shall drop upon the dwellings | 6f* the •wil-derness : and the little 

hills shall re- \ joice • on ■ ev-ery ■ Bide. 
The folds shall be | lull • of • steep : the valleys also shall stand bo thick with 

corn that | they shall • laugh • and ■ sing. 
I !"■ to the Father, ' and • to • the" 8dn: and ' to ■ the ■ Ho-ly • Ghost: 
| was in the beginning, is now, and ev-er ■ shall ■ be : world without j h*a 
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' how || unliable i are • Thy • dwell-ings : Thou | Lord • of- hosts ! 

My soul hath a desire and longing to enter into the | cburts ■ of • the^ Lord: mj 

heart and my flesh rejoice | in • the • li-ving • God. 
Yea, the sparrow hath found her an house, and the swallow a nest where she 

may | lay ■ her ■ young : even Thy altars, Lord of hosts, my | King • and 

my ■ God. 

Blessed are they that dwell j in • Thy • house: they will be | al-way • prais-ing « 
Thee. 

Blessed is the man whose strength | Is • in • 17iee : in whose | heart • are • 
Thy • ways. 

Who going through the vale of misery, use it | f6r • a • wtU : and the pools 

are | fUl-ed • with~?ra-ter. 
Thf-y will go from strength ■ to • ttrhxgth : and unto the God of gods appeareth 

every one of them • in • 6'i-on. 

LoRr< God o hosts. ) hear • my • prayer : hearken, | God -of- Ja-cob. 
For one day in ■ Thy ■ courts : is better j than • a • £ftdt*-Band. 

1 had rather be a door-keeper in the oiise I 6f • my • Odd: than to dwell in the 

tents bt ■ nn-god-ti-ness. 

the Lobd diod Ifl a ' li-ht • and • foftnce: the Lord God will give grace and 
ship, and no good thing shall He withhold from them that 1 i \ 

-ly • life. 

( > Lord God • of • husfs : blessed is the man that | pntteth • his • trust • In . 

Glo-ry II be to the Father, j and • to ■ the~flto : and | to • the ■ IIo-]y ■ Gh 

lining, La now, and | ev-er ■ shall be : world without { knd 

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|| Thou art become gracious unto Thy | land : Thou hast turned away the 

captivity of | Ja-cob. 
Thou hast forgiven the offence of Tliy | peo-ple : and covered | all ■ their" 

sins. 
Thou hast taken away all Thy di3- | plea-sure : and turned Thyself from Thj 

wrathful indig- | na-tion. 
Turn us then, God, our I Sa-vlour : and let Thine anger cease | frdm • us. 
Wilt Thou be displeased at us for | ev-er : and wilt Thou stretch out Thy wrath 

from one generation to an- | 6-ther? 
Wilt Thou not turn again, and quick-en^us : that Thy people may re- ] 

joice • in "Thee? 
Show us Thy increy. O | Lord : and grant us Tliy sal- | va-tion. 
I will hearken what the Lord God will say con- i cern-ing^me : for He shall 

speak peace unto His people, and to His saints, that they turn not ■ again 
For His salvation is nigh the ill that [ fear • Him : that glory may dwell in | 

our • land. 
Mercy and truth are met to- | ge-ther : righteousness and peace have kissed 

each | 6-ther. 
Truth shad flourish out of the | earth: and righteousness hath looked down 

from | hea-ven. 
Yea, the Lord shall show loving- | kind-ness : and our land shall give her | 

In-crease. 
Righteousness shall go be- | fore • Him : and He shall direct His going | in • 

the"" way. 
|| be to the Father, and to the Son : and to the | IIo-ly^Ghost ; 
|| was in tlie beginning, is now, and ev-er | shall ■ be: world without end. | 

A-men. 

VIII. 1. Rouen Mediation. 




Psalm xciii. Dominua regnavil 

The = II Lord is King, and hath put on | glo* rious ■ appar-el : the Lord hath mit on His 
apparel and | girded ■ Him-sMf ■ with ^strength. 
He hath made the round world • so • sun- : that it can- not ■ b» • mov-ed. 
■tea since the world began hath Thy seat been • pre-par-ed : Thou art from 
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The floods are risen, LORD, the floods have lift i up • their • voice: the floods 

lift | up • their ■ wives. 
The waves of the sea are nullity and rdge • hor-ribly : but yet the Lord, 

Who dwellel li on | high • is • migh-tier. 
Thy testimonies, Lord, are | ve-ry ■ Bore : holiness becometh Thine | 
house • for ■ ev-er. 
Glo-ry ;| be to the Father, ] and • to • the^Sdn: and | t6 • the • Ho-ly^Ghost; 
As • it I was in the beginning, is now and j ev-er • shall- be: world without j bid. 
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The = II Lord is King, the earth may be | glad • there-df : yea, the multitude of the 

isles ! may • be • glad • thereof. 
Clouds and darkness are : round ■ a-b6ut • Him: righteousness and judgment 

are the habi- ta-tion ■ of-His^seat. 
There shall go a | fire • be-fore • Him : and burn up His enemies | on • ev- 
er}"^ side. 
His lightnings gave shine unto ■ the ■ world : the earth saw it | and • was • 

afraid. # 

The hills melted like wax at the presence | of ■ the ■ Lord : at the presence of 

the Lord | 6f • the • whole • earth. 
The heavens have declared His | right-eous-ness : and all the peo|»l<> 

have | seen • His • glo-ry. 
Confounded be all they that worship carved image.-, and that delight in | ruin • 

gods : worship ! Htm ■ all • ye^gods, 
Sion heard of it. "and • re-j6ic-ed : and the daughters of Jndah were glad 

because of Thy | judgments.- O • Lord. 
For Thou, Lord, art higher than sill that arc | in • the ■ earth : Thou art 

exalted | Tar • above • all • gods. 
O ye that love- the Loan, see that ye hate the tiling which • is • e-vil : the 

Lord preserveth the Bonis Of His saints ; Be shall deliver them from the 

hand of ■ the" nn-god-ly. 
There is sprang ap b light for • the ■ right-eons: and Joyful gladness for mm h 

ire true • hearted. 
Rejoice in the i.ord |fi£ ■ right-eons :and give thanks for a renaembnmeel 

of • His • ho-li: 
Glo-ry I! be to tie- ratlin and -to -the" Son: and to 'the ■ Bo-ly^Ghost; 
4jj • it j! was in the beginning, i- now . and ev-er ■ shall ■ be: world w-'hout bid 

A-men. 



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Lord, our Governor, how excellent is Thy Raane in all the | world : Thou that 

hast Bet Thy glory a- I hove ■ the • he&V-ens! 
Out of the mouths of very Italics and Bnckliogs hast Thou ordained strength, because 

of Thine en-emies : that Thou mightest still the enemy ! and • the^a-veu- 

ger. 
For I will consider Thy heavens, even the works of Thy | fin-gers : the moon and 

the stars which Thou | hast • or-dain-ed. 
"What is man. that Thou art mindful of j him : and the son of man, that Thou 

J vi -si test • h\mf 
Thou madest him lower than the | an-gels : to crown Iiiui with | glory • and ■ 

wor-ship. 
Thou hiakest him to have dominion of the works of Thy j hands : and Thou hast 

put all things in subjection order • his -fcet; 
All sheep and | 6x-en : yea. and the beasts ■ of ^ the 'field; 
The fowls of the air, and the fishes of the j sea: and whatsoe\er walketh 

through the I paths • of^the • sias. 
Lord our | GrO-vernor : how excellent is Thy IVame in | all • the • uorldl 
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Ice in the Lord. ye right-eons : for 11 becometh well the I just • to~be • 

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Praise the Lord with harp : sing praises unto Him with the lute, and | in- 
strument ■ bt ■ ben • Btrir 
unto the Lord o new - unto Mini with a | good' 

■ the word of the Lord is trae : and sill His wbrks • are 'Juith-tul. 
He loretb righteousness and jiidn-ment : the earth is full of the gdod- 
DeM • of • the ■ Lord. 



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By the word of the Lord were the heavens j mkde : and all the host of tliein 

by the i breath ■ of • IFis • mouth. 
He gathereth the waters of the sea together, as it were upon an | heap: and layeth 

up the deep as : In • a • trea-sure-house. 
Let all the earth fear the | Lord : stand in awe of Him, all | ye • that • dwell ■ 

in'" the • world. 
For He spake, and it was | done : He commanded, | and • it • stood - fast. 
L o-RY || be to the Father, and to the | Son : and I to • the ■ H6-ly • Ghost ; 
As • rr || was in the beginning, is now, and ever | shall ■ be : world without | hid. 
A-men. 

VII. 4. Rouen Mediation. 
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From Psalm cxlvii. Laudate Dominium. 

• = || praise the Lord, for it is a good thing to sing praises | unto • our • God : yea, 

a joyful and pleasant tiling it is | to • be ■ thank-lxA. 
The Lord doth build up Je- | ru-sa-lem : and gather together the out- | 

cast3 • of • is-ra-el. 
He healeth those that are | brdken • in • heart : and glveth medicine to j 

heal • their • s\ck-\\< 
He telleth the number | of • the • stars : and calleth them | all • by • their ■ 

names. 
Great is our Lord, and | great • isTIis • pow-er : yea, and His | wisdom • is 

In-fi-nite, 
The Lord Betteth | up • the ■ meek : and bringeth the ungodly ! ddum • to • 

the • ground. 
sing unto the Lord with • | tk&nks-glv-lng \ sing praises upon the harp 

iin-to • our • God. 
Who coveretb the heaven with clouds, and prepareth | rain ■ for ■ the^eartli : 

and maketh the grow upon the mountains, and herb lor ■ the • bse ■ 

of • men 
Who glveth fodder bn-to • the^cit-tle: and feedetfc the young ravens thai 

call • up-dn • Him. 
The Loud- delight il In them • that • fear • Him ; and put their trust | in ' 

mSr-cy. 
Praise the Lord. O • Je-ru-salem: praise thy God, S\-ou. 



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child-reo • within ■ thee. 

He maketh peaee j in ■ thy • bor-ders ; and filleth tliec | with • the • flour • ol 
wheat 

He sendeth forth His commandment up- | on • earth : and His word 
runneth \ ve-ry • str)f/-\y. 

He giveth | snow • like • wool : and Bcat-tereth the hoar-frost | l\ke •ash-e& 

He cash lii fortb His j ice • like ■ mor-sels : who is able | to ■ a-bide ■ His • 
frost ! 

He sendeth out His | word ■ and ■ melt-eth^them : He bloweth with His wind, | 
and • the • wa-ters ■ How. 

He Bhoweth His word | un-to • Ja-cob : His statutes and ordinances | un- 
to • is-ra-el. 

He hath not dealt so with | an-y • nk-tion : neither have the heathen \ know- 
ledge • of • His • laws. 
Gu)-RY || be to the Father, and to ■ the ~ Son : and | to • the ■ Ho-ly • Ghost ; 
As • rr|j was in the beginning, is now. and | ev-er • shall be : world without j bid. 
A-men. 

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Set • dp - tuv- Belf, <) God, a- , hove • the ■ heav-ens : and Thy glory a- | hore ■ all ■ 
the • earth. 
My heart la fixed, God, my | heart • is • fix-ed : I will | Blng -and ■ 

>/)>■>■ ■ praise. 
Awake up. my glory, awake. | lute ■ and -harp: 1 myself will a- j 

wake • right ■ hir-\\. 
1 will gi?e thanks unto Thee. (> Lord, a- | m6ng • the • people ■ and I will 

Bing unto Thee a- mdng ■ the ■ nd-tiona 
For the greatness of Thy mercy rcaclictli | hn-to ■ the^heav-ens : and 

Thy : truth • un to • the ■ cloud-. 
Bel up ThyBeif, God, a- , bdve • the • heav-ens: and Thy tflory HWw; 
all • the • earth. 
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From Psalm xcvi. Cantate Domino. 



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earth. 
Sing unto the Lord, and praise His | Name: be telling of His salvation | 

fir&m • day • to ■ day. 
Declare His honour unto the j hea-then : and His wonders unto | all • 

peo-ple. 
For the Lord is great, and cannot worthily be | prais-ed : He is more to be 
feared \ than • all • gods. 
Glo-ry II be to the Father, and to the | Son: and | to • the • H6-ly • Ghost; 

As • it I wus in the beginning, is now, and ev-er | shall • be: world without | hnd„ 
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• = || praise the | Lord • of • heaven: praise Hhn • In ■ the • height 
Praise Him all ye an-gels • of" HU: praise | Him • all • His -hosts. 
Praise Him, Ban ■ and • moon: praise Him, | all • ye • stars • and • light 
Praise Km i all • ye • bear-ens : and ye waters that | are ■ a-bove ■ the - 

heai 
Let them praise the Name of • the' Lbrd: for He spake the word, and they 

were made; He eommaiidctl and they were -cre-d-ted. 
He hath made them fast for : ever • and -(V-er: He hath given them a law whieb 

shall | not • be • fad-ken. 
Praige the Lord up- 1 fa • earth : ye I dragons • and • all • deeps; 



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word ; 
11 on n 9 ;ii us and | all • hills: fruitful trees and | all -ci-dars; 
Beasts and | all • cat-tie : worms i and • fea-thered ■ fowls; 
Kings of the earth, and | all • peo-ple : princes, and all | jud-ges • 6f • the • 

world; 
Young men and maidens, old men and children, praise the | Name of • tb<*~ 
Lord: for His Name only is excellent, and His praise a- | hove - heaven • and 
earth. 
He shall exalt the horn of His people, all His | saints ■ shall ' praise • Him: eve*) 
the children of Israel, even the | people • that • ser-veth • Him. 
Glo-ry II be to the Father, j and • to ■ the^£o»: and ] to • the ■ Ho-ly • Ghost ; 
As • it || was in the beginning, is now and | ev-er ■ shall • be : world without | end, 
A-men. 

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()- = |lsinix unto the the I,or«l a \niw8dng: lei the congregation of | mktrtia 

//fuisr ■ Him. 

Let brae] rejoiee Id ' Him • that • made • him: and let the children of sion be| 
joy-fid -in • their • King. 

T ' t th. -in praise Bis | Name 'in the^cttnee: lei them sing praises unto ] 

Him • with ■ tahret ■ and ■ harp. 

For the Lord hath pleasure | in -His ■ peo-ple : and helpeth the | mlek- 
hkni-etL 

Glo-rv be to the Fsither. | and • to ■ \)w^Sdti: and ' te, • the • n6-ly ■ Ghost; 

As • rr || was in the beginning, la now. and 'ev-er -shall -be: world without hid 



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Psalm cl. Laudate. Dominam. 

O • praise || (jiodni His | hd-li-n£ss: praise Him in the | firma-ment ■ of • His -pow-er. 
Praise Mini in His | no-ble • acts : praise Him according | to ■ His • 

excel-ienc ■ greatness. 

Praise Bliin in the , sound-of~the • trtim-pet: praise Jliin up-| on • the • lute • 
and • hdrp. 

Praise Him in the cymbals ■ and • dan-ces: praise Him up-| on ■ the • string? 

and • pipe. 
Praise Him upon the | well-tuned • cym-bals : praise Him up- | on • the * 

loud • cym-bals. 
Let every thing that | hath • brtath: praise | v — • v — • the ■ Lord. 
Glo - ry || be to the Father, 1 and to • the^Sdn : and | t6 • the ■ H6-ly ■ Ghost. 
As • rr || was in the beginning, is now, and | ev-er -shall • be : world without j tno 7 , 
A-min. 



INDEX. 



m. 



attorning grayer. 

YEXITE. 
Single Chants. No. 

Talhs 1 

Sir J'lhn 6om 2 

8 

Dr. W. Hays 4 

Farraut 5 

p Turt -ii 6 

Double t hant.->. 

J. Bobineou. 7 

W. H. Havcrgal 8 

l>r. W. Boyce y 

J. Turk- 10 

B, Laugdon 11 

Gbegobun Tunes. 

VIII. 1 104 

viii. a loa 

V. 1 IOC 

L * 107 

HI » 108 

VII. 4 109 

I- 1 110 

I- 8 HI 

I [Rouen Med.).. . .112 
TE DXUM LAUDAMUS. 
Double Chants. 

(HMmM jo 

Pjr. Hodges l.i 



J. Turle 14 

Anon 15 

Auon 1G 

W. H. Walter 17 

Frederick Hihnore 18 

(Irregular) 1U 

Gbegobian Tones 

VIII. 1 (Rnwn Med.) 113 

VIII. 2 [Rotten Med ).... 114 

M. 1 ... 115 

V. :j (Rouen Med.) 11G 

V. 1 | 117 

Te Dj.u.m. 

J. H. Cornell .20 a 

J. Bunb; 20B 

BEHEDICITE, 

■ y. Chants. 

W. II. Waiter 21 

Dr. W. Hayes 22 

W. H. Havergal 23 

J. H. Cornell 24 

Gbegobian Tones. 

V. 5 (Rouen Med.) 118 

"I. 4 119 

V- 1 120 

LATE DEO. 
8ingle Chants. 

Sir G. J. Elvey 25 

Cliarie* K'.uk " o,- 



No. 

Dean Aldrich 2f 

Dr. W. Haves 2S 

V. NoveUo 2* 

Double Chants. 

J.H. Cornei) 30 

W. H. Walter 31 

- Dr. J. S. Sm.tli 32 

Deau Aldrich 33 

Gbegobian Tones. 

II. 9 (Rouen Med.) 121 

VI. 2 122 

IV. 3 123 

IV. 1 124 

BENEDICTUS. 

SlNf.I 

Bey. Sir F. A. G. Ouseley. 34 

Dr. Crotch 35 

Dr. W. Haw, 36 

V. Novello 37 

W. Hine ... . 38 

Double Chan is. 

C.Clark.' 39 

B. Diwcs 40 

Dr. HodgM 41 

Dr. Worgau 42 

Gbegohian Tones. 

I. 3 125 

VIT. ]. 120 

III. 1 127 

T"ni* lietjiut 12V 



INDEX 



Evening gtayff. 

CANTATE DOMINO. 

SlNGI.K ('HAS l>. No. 

W. Russell 43 

Blr John Goes 44 

Ber. W. Felton 45 

V. Novello.. 46 

A. B. Reinagls 47 

Dovui.r cii\m>. 

Dr. Randall 48 

Lord Mornington 49 

T. Attwood 50 

Obsoobiam Tombs. 

I. 6 129 

III. 1 130 

V. 9 [Rouen Mad.) 131 

BONUM EST CONFITERI. 

BlMGLB (HANTS. 

Dr. Woodward 51 

Dr. Hayes 52 

J. Travera 53 

W. H. Monk 54 

W. Bine 55 

DOUBU Chan is. 
.]. Soaper [Altered from).. 56 

Handel [Arr. from) 57 

1 <v. DupuiB 58 

J. Tittle 59 

Grkoorian Tones. 

MIL 1 132 

Mil 2 133 

Y. 1 134 

V. 3 135 

DEUS MISEREATUR. 

BbiGLS CHANTS. 

l >i . Turner 60 

Dr. Aldricb Gl 

J. Barnby 62 

Sir G. J. Elvey 63 

W. H. Walter 64 

DOCBU < B 

J. ii. Coruell 65 

W. Haw <s 66 

T. Attwood 67 

Gregohian Tones. 

I. I 136 

I. 6 137 

V. G (Bourn Med.} L38 

VII. 1 139 

VII. 3 110 

Tonus !'■ regrinus HI 

[C ANIMA MK\. 

Bntou ' han ik. 

w . Lee 68 

E. J. Hopkins :;;' 

I <.. Monk 70 

w. Dyce 71 

Dr. B. ('"<>kn 72 

D'hui.k Chants. 

Dr. Harrow 73 

•rrix 74 

Dr. B. Cooke 75 

(.I.)...- 1.1 \N CO* 

142 

Ml. 1 143 

III. 2 144 

Occasional '^nthcnvs. 

IA8TEB DAT 

i I HANTS. 

Dr. J. Nares 76 

i '. Moni 77 

Btr V. \- <•■ Ouaeley. 7s 
f9 

n Beva* 

Aii< 'ii H 2 

K. Hl«k'l!lH 



Greoorian Tones. No. 

VIII. 1 145 

VIII. 'J 146 

V 3 147 

THANKSGIVING DAY. 
Single chants. 

Dr. \V. Hayes 84 

Dr. Bimbanlt 85 

K( v. sir P. A. G. Ouseley. 86 
Gregorian Tones. 

VIII. 1 148 

VIII. 9 149 

V. 3 150 

INSTITUTION OF MINISTERS 

Mm.t.k Chants. 

T. Purcell B7 

Dr. Alcock 88 

Gregorian Tones. 
See Thanksgiving Day. 
CONSECRATION OF 
CHURCHES. 
Sincjle Chants. 

Farrani 89 

P. Humphrey 90 

Old Scotch Chant 91 

Gkegorian Tones. 
See Thanksgiving Dag. 
MISERERE MEI. DEUS. 

J.H.Cornell 92 

MAGNIFICAT. 

SlMil.K CHANTS. 

Anon 98 

Anon 99 

W. H. Walter 100 

Gbxoobiam Tones. 

I. 1 151 

V. 5 (Rouen Med.) 152 

III. 4 153 

NUNC DIMITTIS. 
Single Chants. 

Anon 101 

J. Barubv 102 

" "' 103 

Gregorian Tones. 

1.2 154 

III. 3 155 

VII. 4 156 

Ton us Regius 157 

gtitial of the gcatt. 

SiNCil.i: CHANTS. 

Bev. W. Felton 93 

Dr. Crotch 94 

Fan-ant 95 

I K)UBU ' HANTS. 

T.Morley % 

Rev. J. Flintofl 97 

SHtvial ^rnicr. 

AY. H. Walter. 

Opening Bentenoei 168 

\ Burial Psalm 1 68 

i Burial Anthems 160 

l •• i heard ;i roiee." 161 

"I beard a voice/* (BedAead) 169 

••1 heard a voice." (J. i. t.). 16S 

Buffer the Uttle children, do 164 

j>. Profundia 166 



(•"hnvat s?rrrirr. 

Preoea and k< aponaea. . .. 166 

The apostles' Creed 

Nn t in- Creed '/ teke.).. 
•• (./, H«fl,tn$.) 



The Order of Confinnaton 167 

'it o lit Communion. 

rLYRIE ELEISON. 

W. H. Walter, (cbant) .... 168 

Tlain Son*,' 169 

Gounod 170 

Beethoven (chant) 171 

Dr. Naree 17_» 

Otis R. Greene 17:; 

Rev. Sir F. A. (> Ouseley. l'.i 

Sir G. J. Elvey 17.'. 

N. B. Warren 176 

Gounod, (liaruby.) 177 

Richard Redhead 178 

Sir Henry Baker 179 

Franz Schubert 180 

E. J. Hopkins 181 

John Stainer 182 

W. H. Walter 183 

GLORIA TIBI. 

N. B. Warren 184 

W. W. R 186 

Plain Song 186 

Gounod 187 

T. Tallis 188 

AY. H. Walter 189 

J. Stainer 190 

G. M. Garrett 191 

Tone V 192 

Dr. Hodges 193 

ASCRIPTION (After Sermon). 

J. H. Cornell 194 

GLORIA PATRL 

Dr. Nares 195 

OFFERTORY. 

" Blessed be Thou." (v. 5.) 196 
" Let your light." Monk. . 197 
" While we have time. J. 

Barnby 198 

" Godliness is great riches. 

do 199 

" Be merciful.' ' Barney . 900 
■•(rive alms." do ... 201 

'• Blessed is the man.*' do. 902 
•• Blessed is he." (vii, 4.).. 203 

"If we have sown " Monk. 204 
•• While we have time." do. 205 
'• Give alms." &c. do. - -0<; 
•• Whoso hath." fcc. do 207 
"He that hath pity." do, 

&ox Special ttrraMon* 

" Lay not up.'' Garrett.. ;o9 
" Let your light.' 1 Stainer. '210 

SURSUM CORDA. 

Plain Bong 211 

N. B. Warren 911 

Trisagion 218 

SANCTU8. 

Plain Sour 21H 

Sir F. a. OUaeley 214 

.. s Cooper 215 

BirG. .1 Elvey 316 

N. H. Warren 218 

GLORIA IN EXCEI.SIS. 

J H. Cornell 219 

Sir Y. A. G. Onneley 220 

Old chant 221 

<Thc <Trn ^clrrtton:*, 

pet (o Gregorian Tones, pp. 1J7-H1 



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